Google article title if interested, "How did Americans spend their gas savings? We now know"
"The biggest winners were e-commerce and eating out. "
Google article title if interested, "Lowe’s to Hire 30,000 Seasonal Employees"
:-) GLTA (Longs that is)
PER WSJ, only "$84 million in revenue for Shake Shack, profit decreased by 20%, same store sales growth moderated to single digits". Google article title if interested, "Shake Shack Files for Initial Public Offering"
RAVE is a bargain based on these IPO numbers, and Habit Burger, which just came public, had very similar rich valuation. RAVE price would have to be in the $80 to $160 range to be in the neighborhood of these valuations.
Just saw the rest of your SHORT message. You're joking right, I mean in this hyper competitive US of A it really is amazing how just ONE company makes money selling hamburgers, and only ONE company makes money selling fried chicken, and only ONE company makes money selling hotdogs, and only ONE company makes money selling donuts, and only ONE company makes money selling coffee, etc., etc., .....NOT....LOL PLUS, have you every heard of a "roll up" this market is PERFECT for it, and that will happen. May the best bank account/vulture capitalist win.
Sell 500,000 shares, at this stage, with this SMALL number of shares out, man you really are light weight. Who would care. Heck I hope they sell 5,000,000 shares at $9. That would really fill our tanks with rocket fuel. You just don't understand this game.
Your not a very bright short. All executives are coached to execute "same day sales" on options. The NEGATIVE tax consequences of doing anything but that is a dumb risk to take. Uncle Sam wants his tax on the difference between the exercise price and the market price. If you execute and hold, and the stock goes down, you still owe the tax, but your profit is gone. Double bad and dumb risk to take.
How much are you down on your short. LOL :-)
Forbes projects TX economy to create 450,000 jobs, and projects worst case oil job loss to be 150,000. Their position is the TX economy is much different, and much better diversified, than when this previously occurred in the 80's.
Sorry, your doom and gloom is misplaced. Also, have you noticed WTI is going up against Brent. There's a reason for that, and its a good/beneficial reason, and someday the world will understand.
But you never will
Taste great, see my post on the old PZZI board (Orlando pre opening invite), or the one on this new RAVE board (Pre opening invitation Orlando)