Wonder how much they will burn this quarter investigating themselves. The better play might be to invest in the law firm that is getting all their cash.
You remind me of the guy who tries to pick up some pocket change from the railroad tracks while the train is pulling into the station.
Stock charts has the P&F bearish price objective at 5 following the double bottom breakdown. Not that I believe in that stuff....
What I find intriguing is that they reported two break even quarters the last two quarters and the stock rallied the next day. Don't look for that to happen anymore now that the pump is over.
And of course if they lay one of the stinkers they have become famous for, this nice haircut could turn into a crew cut.
In my humble opinion.
"Certainly is quiet on this board with no posts for 9 days. Everybody on vacation?"
Looks like the pump shop has returned from vacation.
Dude, I can understand your need to make up your own history and congratulate yourself, that's what pumpers do, but I didn't "sell at 7 and short", I didn't even post anything about the obscene valuation of this until it hit 15 and even then I said it was dangerous to go short then because of no brains admiring the emporer's new clothes. When we were "debating", this was much higher than it is now.
You are correct I didn't forsee the pumpadump and I closed a long position before that took place, but that is where your ability to be truthful ends. I have no need to convince anyone whether I was right or wrong.
This remains obscenely overvalued and overpriced IMO. I have no position.
You have a remarkable way of recreating history. You never posted that you sold at the top. In fact, you never stated that you had sold at the top until the bottom had already dropped out of this.
If you really did sell at the top, you were pumping and dumping.
I think its more likely business pulls out of Seattle and the citizens leave in droves when their coffee is no longer affordable.