No more overtime. Somehow last month our store was 9.5% over in sales but 20% under budget. I guess if you project 30% sales increases, eventually you will fail.
There goes my 401k.
If Lowes would lop off the non-working workers, production, customer service and sales, as well as hours would improve.
Yes I do and no, they didn't. Good for you if they did. Buy 'em up! Then spend some of your newfound wealth on ANGER MANAGEMENT.
Dunkin employees don't even know what their own stock price is. Most of you dumbazzes looked up Dupont thinking it was DNKN.
Earlier this year I bought the Jan'15 calls. Just rolled them into the Jan'16 calls for $1.00. Anyone think SBUX will move up less than 1.3% in one year?
Well Kevin, you wanted an explanation-that was it. The market is down for the week. HISTORICALLY, September is the worst week for equities. Many stocks hit their highs and drop precipitously. Just because a company hits a high doesn't mean it's going to hold it or go higher in the next 30 days.
But keep up with the gun thing. Waaaayyyyy more interesting.
Wild guess as to why SBUX MCD and DBKN are down-it's September, THE worst month of the year for stocks and the market is down this week. But I like everyone else's explanations better.
No body bought a generator at my store. Some rock salt. Employees sent hone early.