The fact that BloomDispensaries is a non profit seemed to be positive for ERBBs credibility (usually 2 pump&dumps interact to get extra pumping power for both stocks. BloomDispensaries gets nothing out of this if ERBB is not legit) My concern is, that Bloom state that they infuse the water with extra oxygen to benefit the size of the plant and the grow time. While humans benefit from extra oxygen, plants benefit from extra Carbon Dioxide. So, why not infuse the water with extra CO2?
sjsrhs, I am calling #$%$ This bank is rock solid. They have never come close to failing a stress test. Why would you post such blatent lies?
Everything that they have released implies that they are gearing up for an aquisition. But this bank is patient. They will not rush or overpay. They will do as they have always done, wait for the right deals!!!
Why the price dip in the last week......
6% div, earning exceeding estimates, strong bank!!!!
I added at $16.16....seems ridicules not too add!
The company also affirmed that it would continue its $0.25 quarterly dividend, which would mark the 40th consecutive quarter in a row it issued a dividend
Seanv, I think ERBB has great potential and I am invested in it, but when people start saying "why can't it go to $93.00 because some other stock went to $93.00" and then ask for discussion on that, I feel I was invited to put my opinion on this board. Saying that 85 cents is possible if the company is successful should not be taken as a slam against ERBB!
3rd: MDBX has revinue of $5M and NET profit of over $400k, so ERBB would have to be capable of acheiving these types of numbers just to get to around 85 cents.
2nd: MDBX seems to sell lockbox/safe/pharmasuitical cabinets, whereas ERBB sells vending machines and vitamins.
1st: Erbb has 50X as many shares outstanding than MDBX, that means that Erbb would have to be doing financially equal to to MDBX to support a price around a 85 cents (MDBX is at $43).
aPIGBOY, it never hit .027, even if it had you would have only made $19,000. You are both a liar and a lousy mathamatician.
The stock price is only "a Dud" if you just got in within the last month at or near its 52 week high. If you got in 3 months ago, 6 months ago, or a year ago, then you would be extremly happy with the current price and the quarterly dividends.
I would also guess that 6 months from now, investors who have recently bought the stock around $16.50, will also be happy with its price and dividend.