I was too lazy to listen to their conf. call yesterday. Did you listen to it and was it the same as what you read in the financial reports or did you feel that they were just bsing.
Looks kind of interesting to me. New CEO just got on board last year. Oh well, phase 2 does not work for Schiz, so screw it and let's focus on other drugs. I'd say it is not a great decision but not a bad decision either. What do other folks think here?
CNN news report quotes - Walsh said that company policy fosters more personal relationships: "If we had signs, we'd be the equivalent of a Starbucks."
Also i found this on Pinterest -
Starbucks vs Herbalife I keep hearing that Herbalife is expensive. This is almost 1/3 of the cost of a 16oz Latte and muffin from Starbucks. Those $5+ meals add up. Not only can I help you lose weight, I can actually save you almost $8 a day!!! $40 a week.... Just by replacing 2 meals a day with a shake from Herbalife.
% short of float 1% vs 30%
HLF gives more dividend
HLF has better EPS
This was all before the audit news.
May be Pershing Square contemplating lawsuits on Maga Millions for tempting millions of people about becoming instant billionaire?
This is what I am thinking, but may be I am not correct here.
If PWC found an issue, they would let everyone know earlier than later.
The longer it takes, the news is good for Herbalife and bad for shorts.
If you see Mark Hughes videos, it is very clear that it is not a pyramid scheme.
He says - Some people can make $500 and some people can go up to millions every year.
He also emphasizes a lot on ethics and in one speech, he says the business works irrespective of color, sex and country. I felt that he saw the globalization, way ahead of any other American business.
Interestingly, if he covered 40% of his position at a huge loss! He still owes that 40% of his original short to the charity.
He could lose a whole lot more if Herbalife goes after him for damages to the company's reputation and charges of a bear raid, of course if he is proven wrong and Herbailfe is legitimate MLM company.
By definition, Seeking Alpha, Motley Fool, Street are really pyramid schemes with bunch of disclaimers, no retail sales, except for their articles being shoved on yahoo headlines and Emails. Let people do their own research.
Growth actually seems unlimited, depending on one's hardwork and sincerity.
Their products, for instance, are not just weight loss but good nutrition.
I am extremely tempted to try their products and also become a distributor.
Did you order any product on eBay yet?
But, building a network itself would be great, you know.
I have never been a fan of Amway, but I am slowly opening up my mind to MLM.
If mlm gathers more respect, which it seems like already, it still has a great future.