spasy, u have to pay me for the picks starting tomorrow. the ones i provided for free today have been removed by me later today. eat my fart spasy
any trading call on any stock.
maybe even on pbpb.
he is ruby tuesday real estate expert in general, but his lost his behind there. we won't tell anyone.
augustus, u are fast reader, i assume.
i got spacy schiz on my back. we should talk in foreign language. which one is your second, or maybe third :)))))))))))))))
i can daytrade one minute chart with no problem.
what other opportunity were u mumbling about cause there isn't any even with the microscope. take a hike, okay?
take a hike
Agree, they use it strictly for the reheat. But there isn't anything proprietary about it. Any Subway or any office cafeteria may buy it, get the contract with dough supplier and do the same pizza in three minutes. Any grocery store oriented on prepared foods can do it too. Chipolte, Smashburger, Papa Murphy's, Blaze and couple others have their very own stone hearth ovens, all gas powered and low speed rotated if needed. The temp is much higher in those, the lead time is shorter and they can do primary markets with $2 Mil + per store. Turbochef is commodity like. Do make sense or not?
If I assume PZZI already has 100 franchised Pie 5 with $650K sales per store then it looks like $3 Mil in annual royalties.
what opportunity other than daytrading are you talking about. The only opportunity was IPO by bagholder called Trimaran in order to get rid of second mortgage. First $188 Mil is adjustable rate tied to LIBOR
Thanks, njirish. Just to clarify $899,000 / 13 weeks/ 6 stores = $11,525/ weekly run.
Papa Murphy's is take and bake concept, i mean they don't cook in store, but they have some top stores doing $1.5 Mil annual sales. Average is just average. My original point was their franchisees are in low volume markets.
Guys, I just checked the latest 10-Q and they give breakdown of sales by the segment and publish the number of franchised stores. The total sales of 6 franchised stores are $899K. That's how I came up with weekly data. The company stores are a bit higher but in the same range i say $13K weekly sales. How old are their company stores, looks like more than one year old. We locally have Blaze and they started recently. I can see they are doing way higher, 3x at least.
They have to pay off around $100 Mil - the second loan it is and they keep first one approx. $190 Mil. This IPO was a must do because their debt/ebitda ratio was on the edge of bankruptcy. Even now after IPO their debt is over 6x ebitda. they should thank fed for low rates, because they would be dead by now
With lowest chicken price in the country, lowest minimum wage available... and the highest price per meal in fast casual sector.
who are u kidding.
smays sounds almost like spaysy
u can't find your behind with both hands. what have u posted yesterday. natural village idiot