But, with the help of my merry band of psychic remote viewing rats there's no need for stops.
But, mr screeminee,, if you listened to the rat, you wouldn't have lost at all..
imarat21 • Sep 3, 2014 9:53 PM Remove 0users liked this postsusers disliked this posts0Reply
My rats told me it was all BS over a week ago.
imarat21 • Aug 22, 2014 10:59 AM Remove 1users liked this postsusers disliked this posts0Reply
Mr. Screeminee, you do understand that the "stock" is going up because of gullible gamblers being lead to slaughter by the mm's and has nothing to do with the state of the "company".
As for an outcome for the company, it can't exists at it's present form "mr Day" assured us of that.
With over 100 million share traded I'd say they not only sold but did it a dozen times,
It was like,, you buy it,, no you buy it taking turns making bank on the churn..
Yes, there can be buyers, the rat cage algorithm is on auto and has made buys today, but also we sell,, up a couple of hundred,,, sorry.
True, even if CEO joe bribed a bankruptcy judge to wipe every penny owed to every creditor and they reissued a couple of hundred million in a new offering, the company would be out of business in a couple of months.
A few busy stores are not enough to support a corporation, also how busy a store is can be deceiving in that it requires much more payroll to operate,and it the case you cite,, what's the rent cost in a location like that?, how about the theft rate?..
Also, it's a new startup service which customers would be finicky of taking on, then there's the dilution of sales from the sales they would have made any way,, Rat says it's not going to mount to much,and that's a year out!
If there's no finance news, it goes down and if there is a refinance it will take a bump up then crash just as the last refinance did because it brings to reality that once again the turn around has failed.
So, if they burn about a hundred million in the closing of the 1,000 stores, just what will be used as the collateral for the refinancing?
The Liquidity will not cover the loan payout if it goes to zero, and the liquidity will come in at just about 200mill at this q's report. All it will take is some of the vendors moving to some type of secured note requirement to push this over the edge.