Actually, it feels pretty good. When I bought this stock at .35 as a true fan of the drink, I didn't think .75 would happen this fast. It will definitely pull back some more, based on the speed of the ascent without credible news. However, I think the basis for the stock has changed with new management, and a belief now that profitability, and growth are reachable twin goals. I prefer the slow and steady, and am willing to put my time in.
I have followed this stock off and on for almost 10 years. I've been in and out of positions, but never holding long term because I didn't trust leadership's ability to focus on core products and customers, instead of chasing after one-off products. Anyone who's had a Jones Soda knows that this is a wonderful product. I decided to jump back in late last year at .35 when I read what JC was doing. Cutting costs, stemming cash flow.
A lot of talk on this board about revenues. While revenues are nice, cash is king. Preservation of cash is a healthy step in the right direction. Positive cash flow must be the next step, followed lock-step with revenue improvements. Much too early to tell, but I think the right person is finally leading this company.