Another foray into complete banality by someone who doesn't understand economies of scale or how you break into a market.
No wonder there are so many low mileage Terdsla cars for sale on Ebay.
There are currently a whopping 48, doofus. No cure for stupid.
Come to Echo Park (less than two miles from their downtown factory) and see one EMPTY friggin' store. Ridiculous. Every time I drive by it's Sleepy Hollow. IMO this company is done; only hope is an acquisition.
I host on both Away and airbnb. Airbnb's interface, design layout, ease of use, etc. are so far beyond Away's its pathetic. Truly pathetic. Away is living in 2006.
I'm going to buy a few shares anyway because this is a certain take out over the next year or so. Read the current issue of The Economist for a brilliant article on how internet giants are eating the small fish. Priceline, Expedia, etc. will consume this pathetic company and its loudmouth CEO for sure.
Do some research genius. The Hep C market is far larger than a year or two out.
And look carefully at their pipeline. Read "DoctorRX" postings on Seeking Alpha for some insight.
perfect #$%$ fear inspiring post. Chinese flooring is also a small part of LL's total business. they're opening new stores. they have plenty of cash and no debt. the odds they will still be around in 5 years are far far higher than 50/50 and even if they were just 50/50 that is not going to prevent a contractor from "doing business" with them.
back to the double wide your 50 cents a post earns you, doofus.
Wonder if the OP knows even knows that--none of the food is original to the store. It is "assembled" from pre made "ingredients" made somewhere else. Even the beer.
Spike don't like the Derby. Tom and Khadaffi have dared to higher white people to work for them unlike Spike's movie sets, which are "nog only."
It's strange to see a stock on a major exchange trade so few shares. Today though the volume is much higher with a big move up. If this thing could just get out of its own way, everything is in place to be $10 a share or higher. But those things include "reliably turning a profit."