If they really wanted to take care of their shareholders, they would announce a stock buyback program. That act alone would add 20% to the share price. Use the cash to invest in yourself, rather than buy other restaurant chains.Get your own house in order before taking on others.
the results will be pretty lousy. They always are and you have to go with history on this one. One thing for sure, since the expectations are already rock bottom, the bad results shouldn't put a hole in the share price, because the hole is already there.
management does invest..the ceo has $19 million of his own money plowed into this bad boy-he owns 1.6 million shares.
it is not a dog with fleas, dogs with fleas do not rise 10% in lass than two weeks. I suggest you average down and buy more, and instead of waiting for the $8 level to break even, you can do so at $6
A new Seeking Alpha article is just out. It is unjustly bearish, and the timing is a bit weird considering LUB's 1st quarter earnings are set to be released, in less than 24 hours
watch this sucker run back to $16 by the bell ,as shorts begin to cover to book profits--it is always wise to buy the dip..Bargain hunters are also starting to put their toes in the water.
obamastamps: they would take it over to obtain the real estate. it is on the books at cost and its market value is significantly higher. There is certainly hidden value there, that many PE firms would like to exploit
TWTR's market cap now exceeds the three largest supermarket chains combined. KR, SWY and SVU have a combined market cap of $31 billion despite paying out almost as much in cash dividends ( $534 million) than TWTR is expected to see on its top line for 2013 ($638 million). In 2014 TWRT is expected to grow its revenues to $1.1 billion versus $154 billion for the three grocery chains together. YES , the supermarket chains sell 153 times what TWTR does yet have a lower market cap.
The shorts are feeling the pain big time. if we go over $5, that will trigger more short covering and the distinct possibility of the "mother of all" short squeezes transpiring.
healthyrisk: you couldn't tell I was being facetious? The last time the shares went this low, they went up a staggering 4.5 fold in less than six months.
You couldn't tell I was being sarcastic? Saying FSYS is going chapter 11 is akin to arguing that the Penthouse Playmate of the Year looks bad in a bikini .This would be about the last company that would do such a thing ( file chapter 11) when considering how stellar its balance sheet really is. I think Wall Street is overlooking this fact.