Remember what Ackman said when he has made several public appearances, he would meet with HLF ANYTIME. His claim is that they would not. When ex. FTC commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour came on board she reached out to Ackman/Pershing Square to meet with them and they CANCELLED the meeting days before Ackman came out with another HIT on the company.
That LIAR has never rescheduled the meeting. He never wanted a meeting, all he wanted to do was look like a big shot to the media. He is an arrogant clown.
His average is $31 - $32, HIS words. He is a LOSER, he capitulated on 40% of his short at a $200 million loss in 2013. He has been a loser the entire time. May be you should take your bad attitude back to the playground where you belong.
IMO they beat that number. I am guessing that the company low balled estimates to make sure they hit their number. HLF beat by .19 last quarter when Ackman said they would Massively miss. He is still losing money on his bet after 2 years. He has been wrong the entire time.
You will disappear just like all the other drive by shorts who look for a quick hit on the short side. We will never hear from you again in a week.
So answer this : Why does any retail company also sell on the internet? Why does Warren Buffetts Pampered Chef have distributors? The answer is that is the MLM distribution model. That is the business model that gets the product out there. If you are short a company based on this silly talking point you are in big trouble pal.
She simply just waits and attacks any long who pens an opinion. Talk about a sad little Ackman pawn.
You are such an angry little man sl1. HLF cancelled nothing, Ackman is nothing more than a LIAR and you are his little pawn.
Knock yourself out tex, I'm sure HLF has better things to do. Do you really think they sit there staring at their website hourly? I really wonder about you?
HLF's website is run by 3rd party firm Morningstar texexec. Try doing a little research before sticking your foot in your mouth. Seems to be a regular thing for you.
More proof that arrogant clown is a LIAR. He said HLF wouldn't meet with him to answer questions. He said he would meet with them anytime anywhere. Ackman blew off a scheduled meeting that HLF asked for with newly hired Past FTC commissioner Pamela Jones Harbour.
He has yet to reschedule that meeting that he cancelled. Proof that clown is a LIAR.
When his new filing status was made public many (shorts) speculated that Stiritz was getting ready to sell his 8.2% stake. That speculation was thrown out when Stiritz was interviewed and he said he was not selling but only changed his filing status because he was no longer involved in "active discussions " with the company. Investors blew a sigh of relief.
Now this is what I find to be more interesting. If he is not selling and he is happy with his investment and he feels he no longer needs to engage with management, Does he know something that we don't? Does he feel like an FTC announcement is near? He must know something that makes him feel good enough that he no longer feels the need to engage management. IMO the planets are aligning and we are going to hear something on this front very soon. Stay tuned.
Information is run by 3rd party Morningstar. Share outstanding show 92.13 which looks to be fairly accurate, but the float of 48.19 seems way out of line.
IBM has been able to grow EPS slightly only partially because of buybacks. Head count reduction and other cost cutting picks up the remainder.
I'll wager you have never owned a business? I can tell by your response.
Non Passive in one and passive in the other 2. 12 - 14 hour days are the norm and sometimes 6 and 7 days a week. As an owner I can do what I want when I want. I have quite a few employees. Don't be angry because I actually can contribute content to this board whereas you do nothing more than want to attack.
Not sure why you are so angry.
I suppose if you follow WallStreet and their views of things the importance of Revenue is real. I can tell you as the owner of 3 businesses, the bottom line is most important to me. If my sales guys are driving revenue through the roof and there is little or no margin then that is not the most important thing. I want to see margins go up with the revenue stream. Moving a ton of revenue that drives additional overhead and costs without adding much to the bottom line means undo risks chasing that revenue.
Investors get a little to enamored with looking at revenues, must look at the entire picture.