Some of you guys say the funniest things. $100 a share? Not next year. What was the number in Q1 on machines per day? That was another bad one. Q2 was another bad one. At the very least let's be objective.
Did he mention the stock price? NO! He seemed like he was under a lot of pressure as he laughed off questions with a smile on his face through the entire interview. What were you watching?
We already know there is a strong possibility of a company taking a stake in SodaStream. But this doesn't prevent a total buyout. You should know that because Bevyz was still bought out even though Ambev owned 11% of the company. Sodastream isn't for sale and all you are doing is saying the same thing you say every day.
He lives outside of the US so he looks at his business through different eyes. So you seem to know a lot about toilet stocks. I wouldn't be looking for strong returns there.
So much for that Seth. Looks like the guy is completely incapable of analyzing SodaStream and treating people right. And of course he knew that SodaStream had a partnership with Brita, that's why until you mentioned it to him he never mentioned it ever before. Samsung and Kitchenaid, Samsung and Kitchenaid, never mentioned Brita though. Sure he knew, sure! I believe him??
As usual all you do is miss where people asked you to show the # of ACTIVE USERS is growing. You can't because you don't know how to do that. You are just making stuff up as you go. You also made false statements regarding Europe and failed to comment on the VERACITY of what I said. Look, just find something intelligent and facts to offer. We don't care about fiction or your opinions or your ridicule of those who are more articulate and smarter than you.
I believe that Western Europe has shown deteriorating profits for 3 straight quarters now. Sales have been up, but profits have been declining. Why do you always make the wrong statements and make fun of others who try to add facts and perspective? Honest question.
When someone has nothing intelligent to say they resort to name calling. I pray you find something intelligent to say some day Mr. AMD.
Limit choices to the customer? Is there one cell phone? Is there one blender or coffee maker? Consumers like choices so they can feel the choice is in their hand and they have something to compare. Just because you think some of these things are or were the problem doesn't mean it is. I think you are hoping that some of the things you said are the problem but that is all you're really doing is hoping. Capital expenditures will come down and everybody knows that, but its the advertising that needs a return on the investment. The CEO has said it himself many times that their product doesn't jump off the shelf. They need to spend and the only thing that has happened since they cut the spending is decrease in the sales.
I think Kitchenaid thought they would sell more. Well, they thought wrong. Maybe that is why Breville never came out with a product even though they were the first major appliance company to partner with SodaStream. That was back in 2012. Didn't know that did you. They decided that there wasn't enough money to make in the product and two years later they still won't come out with one even though they were the first major appliance company to partner with Sodastreram.
Then for the love of god can you get Samsung and Kitchen Aid to sell more soda stream products because their sales really suck and are basically meaningless.
And what is the population of households in those countries? That's the point you're missing IMO.