November 17, 2015 — 11:30 Am
Keurig Green Mountain Inc. dropped to the lowest level in almost three years after Stifel Financial Corp. cuts its forecast for the company’s sales, citing reduced K-Cup volumes, lower prices on coffee brewers and weak demand for the new Kold soda maker.
The Waterbury, Vermont-based company slumped 9.1 percent, or $4.08, to $40.41 at 1:57 p.m. in New York, while the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index gained 0.3 percent. It touched $40.23, the lowest since January 2013. The beverage-pod maker had already fallen 66 percent this year as of the end of trading Monday.
Stifel analyst Mark Astrachan reduced his estimate for sales in fiscal 2016 and 2017 to declines of 7.8 percent and 7.2 percent, respectively. That’s down from the 2.1 percent and 5.4 percent drops previously forecast.
Keurig was forced to cut prices because of heightened competition and increasing availability of its products at Big Lots and T.J. Maxx for less than suggested retail, Astrachan wrote. Lukewarm reaction to the new Keurig Kold will also hurt results, he said in a note Monday.
Do you really think JACK is just going to Sit there...drink coffee..play scrabble?
how about MONOPOLY ?
DONT UNDERESTIMATE.......the guy.........
HIS Name is on the line..
keep quiet? give him 2 months? AINT that......$anta time?
have YOU........you and you.......GOT THE..................patient? PATIENCE ?
I DONT like FLOUNDERING stocks...stuck on NEUTRAL......
50/50 SO being the gambler I am.......
I wish to sleep..........I can wait........
Sentiment: Strong Buy
El Pollo Loco lined up by Stifel Nicolaus for run higher
Aug 28 2015, 08:07 ET | About: El Pollo Loco Holdings (LOCO) | By: Clark Schultz, SA News Editor
Stifel Nicolaus upgrades El Pollo Loco (NASDAQ:LOCO) to a Buy rating from Hold
on what it calls "attractive" valuation.
$$$$$$$$$$$$$ ? in all stocks
•Box is a buy.
•Stay away from Adobe.
Stocks discussed on the Lightning Round segment of Jim Cramer's Mad Money Program, Friday, March 27.
Box (NYSE:BOX): "I think Aaron Levie did okay. Honestly, if I would have told that story, it would have had a much better narrative. They should have let me do that conference call and the stock would be at $22. I am not kidding, he just didn't know how to tell the story."
Sentiment: Strong Buy
a small LO$$ 53.50...but my legs were knokkin vs the table... a sign to $ell.
whewwwwwwww..a bit to high for now..
45....much betta...HOW bout those folks at 51?
Bank of America's Tal Liani estimates the company will post revenue growth of more than 30 percent this year to $135 million, and although he called it a high-risk investment, Liani launched coverage with a Buy rating and $60 target.
Merrill Lynch similarly launched coverage with a Buy and $42 price objective.
Among nine analysts following the company, five are at Hold, two are at Buy and two at Sell, while the average Wall Street price target is $46.88
Cyberark shares are up more than 80 percent from its September initial public offering.