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The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. Message Board

dogma_blade 251 posts  |  Last Activity: 8 hours ago Member since: Feb 16, 2010
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    THINGS ARE SO MUCH BETTER???

    by michael_moore_is_fat Feb 24, 2015 2:44 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade 8 hours ago Flag

    Why????????

    There is no reason to break out the number, just because the stock going up seemed to cause you to lose your shiat.

    As I have been saying all along, if sales continue to rise at over 15% things will be fine.

  • Reply to

    THINGS ARE SO MUCH BETTER???

    by michael_moore_is_fat Feb 24, 2015 2:44 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade 23 hours ago Flag

    2 years running.

  • Reply to

    THINGS ARE SO MUCH BETTER???

    by michael_moore_is_fat Feb 24, 2015 2:44 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Mar 3, 2015 5:07 PM Flag

    Great point!!!

    Company only had negative 5,000 in total cash flow from operations over the last 4 quarters, not bad.

  • Reply to

    COMPLETE SOLUTION...

    by michael_moore_is_fat Mar 2, 2015 9:34 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Mar 3, 2015 7:35 AM Flag

    For someone claiming not to be short this stock, this run up sure has you running around like a chicken with their head cut off.

  • dogma_blade dogma_blade Mar 2, 2015 9:58 AM Flag

    Not the case, in the 60 minutes bit they tested Lowe"s, LL and Home depot product.Only LL product tested above the California/federal standard.

    Chinese were very open about being willing to help a company cheat.60 minutes sent in undercover producers posing as potential buyers. All of the factories said that they could produce to the California standard , but it would cost more, they added that they had no problem producing to a lower standard, for less money and slapping on a label that said the product met the standard.

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    New to the Board

    by prince_ashargin Feb 20, 2015 11:32 AM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 25, 2015 4:09 PM Flag

    Everybody invests to make money and as much as I hate to admit it I agree with fat Mikey's statement about the quote.

    Everyone loses money on some trades, the point is to continually beat the market in the long run.

    One of the first things I was taught many years ago when I started investing was that if anyone claimed to have an infallible system for investing, do not walk away, run away, while keeping your hand firmly on your wallet.

    In addition ,even though it appears we might have traded the same moves on the stock as I am waiting for it to come back in again to buy, I don't agree 100% on peoples motivations on boards in general.

    While this board seems to have a person with some sort of personal axe to grind, on most boards people who bash want the stock to go down in going forward.Conversely people who pump are not people who have already made money on a stock that has risen but are people who want a stock to rise so that they can make money..

  • Reply to

    Down 5% in 5 days

    by bingbongdoodiehead Feb 24, 2015 9:54 AM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 24, 2015 1:32 PM Flag

    Under the replacements leadership the stock is up over 100%.

    Looks like the company made a good move

  • Reply to

    Down 5% in 5 days

    by bingbongdoodiehead Feb 24, 2015 9:54 AM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 24, 2015 11:53 AM Flag

    On the other hand it is up over 100% since he was named CEO!!!!!!!

    Hmmmmmmmm.

    Something for haters to think about. ROFLMAO

  • dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 24, 2015 10:56 AM Flag

    Stock is flat for y.ear, up ytd

    Stock is almost exactly where it was year ago today.

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    Dogma

    by bingbongdoodiehead Jan 24, 2015 1:49 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 23, 2015 4:14 PM Flag

    did you get a 100% return yet, remember I got 100% twice on app on the bounces. ROFLMAO

    By the way don't post about an almost 40% short term capital gain rate. If you were really eligible for it you would know that the highest rate is 43.4%.

    Most investments should be treated in a way to minimize the taxes, but in the small caps with high volatility, it is better to share some of the gain with Uncle Sam than lose it to the market.

    Please tell me you are not d**king around on the APP board , continuing to be the ultimate troll and thinking it is somehow your domain.

    Oh well, I guess a hobby is a hobby, no matter how foolish.

  • Reply to

    VendScreen Going out of Business???

    by cashless_cowabunga Feb 20, 2015 11:41 AM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 20, 2015 12:49 PM Flag

    Wow a layoff during the economic collapse, but no layoffs in the last 6 years, that is good news.

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    MMIF New Prediction:

    by michael_moore_is_fat Feb 18, 2015 1:06 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 19, 2015 8:14 AM Flag

    Wow the king of the liars who is unable to admit when he is obviously. wrong attacking others and calling them names, what a shock.

    I only continue to bring up the claim of 7% growth when it was so simple to see how wrong it was, as a perfect example of the board narcissist being unable to see his own short comings.

    Now lets take a look at your attempt at optics. Only 31/2 % market penetration, on the bright side growing at 20% with 96.5% of the market to sell to.

    Are you trying to sell the potential of the market to potential shareholders fool?

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    MMIF New Prediction:

    by michael_moore_is_fat Feb 18, 2015 1:06 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 18, 2015 6:41 PM Flag

    It is so funny watching you twist constantly to cover up or deny your many errors.

    My favorite was your doggedly hanging on to you obviously mistaken claim that sales were growing at 7%. HAHAHAHAHAHA

    It's a good thing you are not invested either long or short of this stock, with how much you spaz out when the stock rises one could only wonder how poorly you would react if you had money invested.

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    MMIF New Prediction:

    by michael_moore_is_fat Feb 18, 2015 1:06 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 18, 2015 4:24 PM Flag

    You really are slow

    Not only does the cost not show up but there is no ROI, just depreciation.

    Did you and monkey boy pull your little attempt at being smart out of your #$%$.

    The fact of the matter is sales are rising and it is coming down to changes in cash flow. It has already been noted that quickstart is better for the cash flow than jumpstart.

    I will agree with you on one thing, I am a little surprised that the run up has continued, after all it was you who was crowing the other day about how the stock runs up into the numbers and then drops after the release.

    You might want to ask yourself why this quarter was different?

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    MMIF New Prediction:

    by michael_moore_is_fat Feb 18, 2015 1:06 PM
    dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 18, 2015 1:52 PM Flag

    "the QuickStart program is clearly lower margin than either the traditional hardware sales or jump start"

    Huh???
    So giving the equipment away (jumpstart)is a higher margin than financing the sale of the equipment?
    How does that majic math work?

  • dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 18, 2015 1:49 PM Flag

    Wow continuing to try and re-direct like the captain of the high school debate team.

    In doing so you have completely forgotten your bs assertion in this post, that somehow the evil and bad Usat had conspired to steal from Polly Purebread aka Coke as opposed to 2 companies not getting the message they should have through their organizations.

    USAT failed to get billing to stop the automatic monthly billing
    Coke failed to vacate their PO and tell their AP department not to continue paying bills that came in under covered account numbers.

    If this was something that did not happen all the time with companies of every ilk your contention of evil going on would not be so preposterous.

  • dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 18, 2015 12:36 PM Flag

    Anything to try and re present the old tired narrative blah blah blah

    Do not pay attention to rising sales or improving cash flow, they do not matter ROFLMAO

    If sales keep rising at a healthy clip this will be a good long term investment, if the growth breaks down it will not be.

    No need to try and muddy the water with so much detrius.

  • dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 18, 2015 12:06 PM Flag

    Are you sure about who won?

    USAT paid back an interest free loan that they had received from coke.

    No extra costs were incurred as they did not have to go to court at all.

    Sounds like Coke lost money on interest, opportunity cost in having to have in house council draft a letter and hurt their own reputation by being unable to handle their own accounts payable properly.

    I have dealt with billing, AP,AR and the of course the preparing of lawsuits on the same side of the aisle as Coke, whereas it does not appear that you have had any experience in this area at all.Of course in the cases that I was dealing with The company that I worked with was in a better position than Coke as they were trying to get paid for in force contracts, not get money back that their AP department paid in error..

  • dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 18, 2015 10:40 AM Flag

    No what I am saying is that Coke was so incompetent that it could not figure out it was no longer supposed to pay the bill.

    They paid back their bureaucratic slow moving former customer back after they verified the amount in question. I am sure they paid them back and thanked them for the 0% interest loan.

    I gather by your response that there was no judgement in the case as it never went to court, what a shocker.

    I find it funny that you are fixated on an issue that has already been addressed and taken care of. I think that the 0% bridge loan from Coke until USAT could finish the sales leaseback agreement was very generous. LOL

  • dogma_blade dogma_blade Feb 18, 2015 7:57 AM Flag

    So what you are saying is that there was no court judgement and as usual , just another attempt at histrionics to mislead investors.

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