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charismaticcowboybanker 2 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 9, 2014 1:04 AM Member since: Sep 2, 2012
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    Daytona store

    by freetoquestionu Oct 7, 2014 9:48 AM
    charismaticcowboybanker charismaticcowboybanker Oct 9, 2014 1:04 AM Flag

    I was in the Daytona store last Friday and it was fairly busy at dinner. The ticket count was 1276. Manager told me they sold over 1000 pies that day. It is a great location. Right by a large hospital and Daytona State College. Next to a Starbucks does not hurt either. From what I see people seem to like this concept.

  • charismaticcowboybanker charismaticcowboybanker Aug 19, 2014 9:35 PM Flag

    Yes Brilliant,
    They have a declining business. That business is partially made up for by the growth in digital. Here is what you miss. Each year they are paying down substantial amounts of debt. So each year they have less interest expense. The result is cash flow is holding up pretty darn well. Keep in mind they have 22 dollars per share of cash flow. So you are apparently shorting a stock that is trading at just over 50% of their cash flow. Meanwhile they pay off chunks of debt. If you are ever shorting this when a refi comes it will be very ugly for shorts. That is what they are setting up for. Also there is likely more consolidation in the space. Maybe you should consider shorting something like Sears. DXM you might not truly understand. The upside here is potentially very large!

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

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