tzoo and the US travel sector. overseas travel is getting cheaper than in 15 years. this will benefit tzoo. the insider buy however is not enough to do much.
btw, reed is likely a bigger winner now that they brought in a big COO gun. while jones fell 70%, reed tripled. cue is frustrated because she is "all in" (stupid phrase of the year). since when is buying below market shares all in? its sleazy. ceos with balls buy at market and buy big. when you don't believe in the company you issue yourself below market stock and steal from shareholders. i am on the line with glazed teriyaki now. they said this evening there were 9 fufuberries and 4 green apple polysorbates sold. they are so excited.
you dont understand jones alderson. millennials understant jones. they don't want you as customer. are you 12? do you drive a fiat? do you skateboard? no? then go tf away. you non-millennial dillbob. dont you understand? its about the photos on the labels. the polysorbate is part of the kewl millennial fun.
and that is how you make "premium" soda. you order it from a soda manufacturer. jones is a marketing company. their product line happens to be soda. they are an awful marketing company. jen cue is a cfo trying to market stuff. same result as a marketing officer trying to do the 10K. honestly, they should close the doors or hire someone that cares about soda. a little honesty woudl go a long way too. they simply do not get it. a kids school program sponsored in 2015 by a company touting REAL SUGAR!!! in our soda. wow. clueless.
no, i am long, but annoyed. this is a stock you buy at support and sell at resistance. they have essentially nothing happening that can break them out now. next earnings is of importance to see if they can stop the deterioration and the missed expectations. mygn has been a poor investment for a long long time. i hope it changes. i will not add to my position until they show signs of growth again.
if they had the oxysure, they would have had 15 minutes of oxygen. odds are they had a large tank and it has nothing to do with oxysure's market.
going nowhere. the companies are both dogs and Nick is not shaking up a thing. without the insider buying at isig the stock trades for less than cash. airt couldnt come up with a business plan if their life was on the line. management is playing an opaque game for its own benefit it appears to me, with no real interest in these businesses. hence retail shelving, de-icing and air cargo. this is a joke.
but they are giants in the natural beverage space!! especially in canada where they sell thousands of dollars per day in soda. in the whole country of canada. thousands. a day. several hundred dollars per day of profit. think of a busy hotel maid. they make about that. in the country of canada. where they are popular. "popular"
stop it! they have a fountain set up at a glazed teryaki restaurant. that will keep them afloat. i also ordered 6 boxes of the thin mint cookies from a jones sales rep. and i have three caps i will not return to help balance the books.
so read the news on 23andme developing drugs using their massive and growing dna database. 23andme will be a 10 billioin dollar company while mygn is still figuring out how to stop revenue losses. it would be a good acquisition for 23 to buy mygn. not a comparison between the management styles. and i am a fan of mygn, but they are not impressing investors. certainly not UBS who threw in the towel.
well, i didnt think the earnings were so great, nor sustainable. where is the growth? rate hikes? wit til the insurers say no.
waiting for management to figure out that the problem is a passive, paycheck sopping management.
keep testing the like machine. test it for a few years. that is what people in the social media space do. oops. snapchat valued at 15 billion. probably went through years of testing.
the cc was pretty clear evidence that they have nothing to sell but the same tired products targeted to this small, changing demographic. i was shocked personally at how meaningless the fountain program is. another distraction. why even discuss that you are working with a couple restaurants but you think they will expand. what sadness. i saw a piece in fortune on the guy who founded rockstar and became a billionaire in a few years, while jones circled the drain. he seemed to actually put in an effort. no press releases on decorating the lobby. that was a classic.
very nice. will lead to a little rally. but not enough to be believable. as long as they refuse to talk to investors and maintain a IR person, you can assume they dont care much for investors. contemptuous management in a micro cap is almost always the sign of failure.
both the sampling program and moreso the appointment of a new COO.
i hope that beaton understands the growth environment and is not a big soda do no harm type manager. that would be bad. however, i doubt the CR would have hired him if that was the case. so i think the move was way, way overdue and bodes very well for investors and the company. a key is whether they can get into whole foods with kombucha. a key is whether they sign up deals with restaurant chains to sell reeds. a key is whether they can launch a serious and sustained national ad campaign and become a brand, not a footnote.
you guys left that out. and it is significant. mygn is underperforming the entire sector at this point. UBS may well believe the troubles will continue and that the company is not gaining traction in sales or reimbursement. without the the share buyback in place the stock is clearly at 52 week lows. they have not gained significant enough allies on the street to support the stock. not impressive
nut, you are wrong with your math. the company will get to breakeven this year or close enough to keep the lights on by selling shares. so stop the rhetoric. "the turn-around" is complete." tell general custer the battle is over.
nevermind. the news was meaningless. i misunderstood it in the hopes that they had something going.
just a me too service because they bought a machine. my bad - sorry. mygn is free to sell off again.