using shares as currentcy..problem is, this deal will cause dillution and PULSE will not be accretive to earnings. They simply over paid for this company..
well.....if they do make 75 cents ( both Roth and Sidotti say they will--buyside analysts) you better get ready to cover your short, or end up in the poor house.
Institutions only own 228,000 shares of JVA (3.5%). ART Advisors is JVA's largest outside shareholder with a 51,000 share stake. The good news is this stock is so underowned, that there is ample opportunity for new buyers to develop.
I am so sick of the constant spam posted by these imbicels trying to pretend they know something about the stock market-pretty pathetic..How gullible do they think we are?
We could see a pop tomorrow if the company reveals any interesting developments in their presentation, or in the question /answer segment. Keep your fingers crossed.
GMCR is JVA's largest customer, amounting for 51% of its total sales. It makes sense that GMCR acquires JVA, especially since JVA's share price has had a 1/3 off sale!
what short is that? i have many!
there has been absoloutely no insider selling for the past 8 months. A drop to $4 is a bit farfetched!
it is all profit..the lost assets were already written down in the quarter the damage was sustained.
they paid both the fourth quarter dividend and the first q dividend at the end of December to take advantage of lower tax rates in 2012, so we won't be seeing another dividend until the second Quarter.
second quarter earnings should get a 5 cent bounce due to insurance proceeds of $353,000. The company sustained damage to product at one of its NJ public warehouses, due to Hurrican Sandy.
with over 1 million shares short, JVA's short interest ratio of 9 is staggering. It implies that it would take nine days before all the short shares could be purchased back ( based on average daily volume). That is squeeze waiting to happen.
shorts are under high anxiety..they are covering at any sign of strength in the shares. They realize that the float is so tiny, that any type of demand could result in a severe squeeze.
he could of exercised the option ( purchases them), without selling the shares. nobody forced him to sell.