That's some serious dough, too bad no one got in on it:(
Thanks for the reply. Yeah, I just think it's a bad idea. How many people are going to get excited about wearing a video camera on the ear. How often to we use video cameras? Why not use your iPhone vs. wearing one on your head? If humans used a video camera 3 or 4 hours every day then the product would make sense. But the fact is we're unlikely to use our video camera 3 or 4 hours every month let alone that much time in one day. Conclusion, bad idea, bury it!
I'd put the odds of losing all your money on this bet at about 10 to 1. So you have about a 90% chance of losing all your money because technology is so fickle.
Yeah, but before this news it could have been a ZERO, now with the news zero is not likely anytime soon.
Commodities were full of scamsters (just as housing was) and just as corrupted. You see a Harvard MBA (Matt Simmons now RIP) on CNBC and you believe him. You think he couldn't be stupid right? Right, except for one thing, he was a shill for the bankers and bought - tainted and full of corruption. He was being smart for himself, making good money and spewing out completed BS. And this is what CNBC feeds the viewers. Just like gold and silver. Do the opposite of what the market does, and don't listen to anyone for advice except your own gut instinct.
Remember all the media hype on CNBC prior to the 2008/2009 market crash? CNBC would put guys on like Matthew Simmons that said oil will be trading up to $500 per barrel in the near future and still be worth it because of the amount of value it has in propelling commercial farming equipment etc... "The cheap oil is running out". "We're having to go to deep sea drilling to find oil". "All the easy oil is running out, the world's oil fields are drying up". Listen to CNBC, and then go jump out a window if you heed the advice you get from it!
Why not call it Bad Habit, because isn't that what you have if you eat here? Food that only makes you obese and more prone to heart disease? And being fat opens the door to all kinds of health problems
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Dow headed to 6,000 by end of 2015 (don't believe it, that's why it will happen, who would believe oil at $50.00?) HABT headed to single digits........
Sentiment: Strong Sell
At $30.00 per share the PE of HABT is 140. In contrast CMG was trading at a 60 PE when it first went public. And Habit is NO Chipotle, not close.
Habit PE is about 200 right now. Everything you stated is false. And LOCO is not losing money. http://seekingalpha.com/article/2697595-ipo-preview-habit-restaurants