Seth isn't short. He was once long and like many others grew frustrated with years of poor performance and questionable leadership. If you had Soda years ago you wouldn't be a cheerleader now. Go back in the message board 4 or 5 years for unending drama and debates.
The Street is just another rag. They are just another tool of funds. Meanwhile Soda has bottomed and seems to be recovering. Momentum has been the play for the last few years.
Good luck to you as well Tech. Soda has taught me a lot. Mainly take gains and minimize losses. Also sell in he morning and buy in the afternoon.
Sure. In a market where only growth matters, it's a short rally. No long would ever wait for the momentum to turn and jump back in to a beaten down stock.
Soda has been a disappointment over the past few years. What's old is new again. Soda has a loyal user base that will allow them to make mistakes and continue to improve and grow. One of a kind product. No viable competitor. Risk vs reward is in my favor. Adding here.
Yes, the factory was a mistake. WAS! Past tense. Now it is paid for and depreciating against earnings. Leaving a small, GROWING again company with more than 9 lives to get it right.
I've been in Soda for a long time. It has bounced off lows to hit $80 twice. Does Soda have it in her to make another run? Today was a nice move. It seems like momentum is the single best trait in a stock these days. It will be nice to see how the next few days go.
I'm waiting to see if TCAP sells off again this summer. I've made more $ buying on extreme sell offs than collecting a dividend. Market looking pretty shaky to me now. Also picked up some YANG, inverse China ETF.