time to sell the rip..when wall street recognizes that EXPE's gains are PCLN's losses, they will deflate this sucker fast
it doesn't have to make money..Look at AMZN and CRM, they don't make $$ and look how high their stocks have gone.
that article has nothing to do with Cramer ,,,it was penned by Rocco Pendola,,a perennial NFLX bear
the stock is so dirt cheap. With a enterprise value of just $293 million ( ev= subtracting cash and adding debt- to market cap-there is no debt) the company is slated to produce sales of $452 million in 2014, that calculates to a metric of just .64 of annual sales. The stock is also trading at close to book value, unheard of for a nasdaq stock. One of these days, the market will recognize this fact and price the shares accordingly.
this one is dirt cheap on a price to sales ratio. it is just .88. That means in less than one year, FSYS produces more sales than its entire market cap. ( much lower than many of the robust growth stocks)
the market sure shrugged it off..actually tacked on a gain to the stock price..Cheeseburger in Paradise represents just a tiny part of LUB's sales anyways...
typical 50% retracement ...the stock is now reloaded for another strong rally..the good news is that expectations for earnings are quite low and will be a cinch to beat.
isn't that act a cause of dilution? it also must disrupt the supply and demand situation...aren't they adding shares to the market place it has to absorb?
There was a new article today generated by Seeking Alpha, discussing five value stocks that make up the "Dirt Cheap Value Portfolio". DMND is one them.
The stock got some decent press today from Seeking ALpha. The writer deemed the stock a component of the "dirt cheap value portfolio"