How many years have I told you all that this turkey is going out at eight?
Well Mario is you best chance of changing out management and maybe [just maybe] save this company from a full bankruptcy.
Even worse is that customers will be shying away from the parts and service because the end looks so near.
What good is a lifetime warranty on a Pepboys water pump if Pepboys goes under, or changes management with a different attitude about honoring the "old Pepboys" claims?
All you stockholders who supported all the crazy management teams thru the years deserve to lose every dime you have invested. You had chances to vote the bums out but you did not. And look at what you have now.
With so many fine companies paying around a 3% dividend, its so sad to see this firm in such bad shape in a thriving economy unable to payback the shareholders anything.
If only there were strong leadership.....
Little Patrick sure won't be able to feed his stubby little Mexican wife tortillas and beans with the money performance of this stock.
Go South Patrick, go South - where the sun always shines and living is easy.
I see their latest TV ads and its a tire at 28 and change.
Patrick's south of the border lifestyle should embrace this type of tire.
When you buy one Patrick be sure to ask for the Pepboys bonus of the day.
A softshell taco.
That should go well with your taste buds down there.
Youuuuuuuuuu little inpertenant #$%$ ant. Just may have to call your stubby Mexican wife and inform hher of the attempts you are making to get me into your Mexican piece of junk car.
So happy they fired your greasy #$%$ from the Pepboys store.
The management of this company are the pits.
They are not even worth sleeping with to get inside information.
They have no inside information; they are clueless.
The directors are the biggest group of dipwads you'd ever see together at one time.
The worker bees are best described by their taco lunches.
Why do Autozone and NAPA do so well?
They both avoid the business model of Pepboys.
Even little Patrick won't buy oil filters here.
Yes it is little Patrick my Mexican gardener who left me to high tail back to his homeland south of the border to bask in the sunshine and layabout.
Because of Patrick the dividend has disappeared this year.
The stock is way down from its lofty $15 or so.
The stock is a POS and the consuming public is staying away from the stores.
What else could go wrong?
But beware Patrick, they will pick you up at the border.
My lawn and bush have grown so much in your absence.
I don't think Mario is very good at picking stocks, Pedro.
I remember years ago when he tauted Kerr Glass as the stock to buy.
Within a year it went bankrupt.
Besides, Mario is an old angry man who is only out to feather his own nest.
If he says to buy a stock its probably because he wants the demand to raise the shareprice so he can get out making money on your unfortunate choice of investments.
Year after year this group of yahoos keeps voting in the management foisted group of directors. These directors have been bad for Pepboys and continue to not hold Odell accountable for poor performance.
The shareholders have nobody else to blame but themselves.
This pathetic firm continues to dissapoint and go nowhere.
So the more relevant issue is the whereabouts of that roofer and lawn cutter Patrick is satisfying his country of origin's desire to offload him to America to find his own tacos and beans.
Little Patrick has always been such a supporter of the undertrodden who work at Pepboys without all the legal papers needed to work and stay in America.
We have alll suspected the Patrick's wife also lacks such papers and is just one door knock away from a swift trip south to be with her countrymen.
We all hope little Patrick is still among the living; there has been a great quiet from his taco stained lips for too long.
Come back Patrick come back - I have yardwork for you.
So tired old Pepboys is pushing a buy 3 get he 4th free tire sale on TV.
Time to trade in that old donkey you ride and get a decent junker with new tires so you can take the old wife down to the village square for a pitcher of beer.
PBY is down in the 8s and still nobody is daring enough to even mention interest in buying it out.
Bet they could buy it for 9 and enough shareholders would bite and jump ship.
Jim vocalized exactly what I have been telling you for the past six years.
The Pepboys business model is broken and all their so called talent cannot fix it.
They cannot use their $50 million to buy back stock; the covenents of their loans do not allow that.
They cannot execute even reasonably well - even when the sale of the firm is riding on it.
Not so much a sell [you're just stuck with it now] as an "avoid".
How many warnings do all you yahoos need to be educated into what stocks to avoid?
Well this POS stock is back down to the 8 dollar range I predicted years and years ago.
Gore took a nibble at this turkey and management proved itself again by not being able to JUST sustain earnings for a quarter.
Gore got a better idea of the POS company this really is.
And it is a shame - Pepboys is an icon of America.
But its managers and directors and workers have run it into the ground.
And the market today doesn't even value its stock above its book [i.e., breakup] value.
There is always the chance of a dead cat bounce. But do you want the stench of a dead cat on your hands by playing that game.
Even little Patrick, an illegal Mexican roofer, will not touch this stock.
Well, they finally sobered up and took a good look at the shambles the terrible managements have left this firm in.
Of particular interest was the environmental damage tab the new owners would be expected to pay to remediate the ground water pollution caused by the [illegals] changing their oil in the parking lot without an oil pan.
Even my insider contact at Exxon tells me they are not interested even at 8.
The slide has begun today.... it could hit 6 by Friday.
I laugh at the shareholders who faithfully have held on all these years believing managements untruthful promises.
The street is saying it does not believe the deal will go thru.
And I laugh at Patrick who can't seem to get north of the border.
With its pathetic dividend, PBY shareholders see 4 shares worth of dividend go toward a postage stamp.
The Directors should have their pay reduced.
Sadly, Patrick can't even afford a postage stamp given his poor investment history.
I laugh when I think that Exxon at one time really did want to buy out this sick company.
Not anymore -- Pepboys has demonstrated that it does not know know to put magic into a balance sheet and even attract customering into its stores.
The stock might only range about 5 dollars over the past 5 years. Nothing to cheer about.
Even little Patrick can't defend the poor showing of this POS stock.
Autozone eats this company for lunch every day and Sunday too.