Buffett only buys well-run companies. Amazon might buy it, though, because negative profit margins don't seem to matter to them.
It would cost a small fraction of what they lost by having the stores closed yesterday.
There's no hope. I see 40's by August.
The question you should be asking yourself is how a company with an unremarkable product got a market cap of 6 billion in the first place.
Interesting. I just looked at the yelp reviews for all 3 Chipotle restaurants in Ontario CA, sorted by newest first, and there's only one review from 2016 and it doesn't say anything about becoming sick.
They're going to have to wait for an appeal and, probably, another trial before they see a dime from Apple.
Why would someone short it in 2010 with a target of 360 when the first time it ever got above 360 was Jan 2012? Could it be that you're just making this up?
If you're undercapitalized, it's probably best to use options to limit your downside, even if they're a bit pricey at the moment. I bought a couple of ES Feb 1900 puts on Friday afternoon. I spent $2.5K. That's the max I can lose. They were worth $5.5K for several days last week.