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Jack in the Box Inc. Message Board

peanutbutteranddelly 17 posts  |  Last Activity: Feb 22, 2013 8:27 AM Member since: Aug 10, 1998
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  • Reply to

    Lets break through $30

    by peanutbutteranddelly Feb 5, 2013 12:09 PM
    peanutbutteranddelly peanutbutteranddelly Feb 22, 2013 8:27 AM Flag

    Respectfully disagree - when most of the fast food concepts are reporting so-so earnings, Jack just knocked the cover off the ball. Doing a good job of refranchising (great ROIC) and have the optionality of Qdoba - plus big kicker, they are not even in half the states - lots of runway for growth - think this will be one of the better stocks in the industry for 2013.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Lets break through $30

    by peanutbutteranddelly Feb 5, 2013 12:09 PM
    peanutbutteranddelly peanutbutteranddelly Feb 21, 2013 1:41 PM Flag

    Okay, right through $31 and $32 with awesome earnings report. Think this has legs to $40 over next 12-15 months. I'll take that return any day.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Lets break through $30

    by peanutbutteranddelly Feb 5, 2013 12:09 PM
    peanutbutteranddelly peanutbutteranddelly Feb 12, 2013 3:59 PM Flag

    I am by myself on this one but these are the type of stocks that will outperform - the ones in the shadows of Wall Street. Next stop $31.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    Lets break through $30

    by peanutbutteranddelly Feb 5, 2013 12:09 PM
    peanutbutteranddelly peanutbutteranddelly Feb 8, 2013 11:56 AM Flag

    ok .16 away from $30

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • peanutbutteranddelly by peanutbutteranddelly Feb 5, 2013 12:09 PM Flag

    Jack represents a nice investment opportunity - not saturated at all - no presence (yet) in NY, FL, eastern sea board. + have Qdoba franchise. Think this can hit $40 if they can execute well in 2013

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 15, 2011 4:42 PM Flag

    So ARRS reports bettter EPS on sluggish growth so cost controls are good - as of yet - did not pull trigger on M&A - they should not - Relational divest its small position - probably not a good thing but position was relatively small - they look like they have bigger fish to fry with large Metlife position they put on in 2nd quarter - timing couldn't have been worse - financials not a place to play - no spreads for the next few years - if ARRS doesn't make stupid merger - technology will carry the stock to $15-18 range me thinks.

  • Reply to

    mogans_dosits- who the HELL wants ....

    by foreignman Oct 6, 1999 1:53 PM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Oct 6, 1999 2:15 PM Flag

    ABT accused of price fixing and it has not hit Dow Jones or Bloomber - look for a drop quickly. Time to buy Puts or go short.

  • Reply to

    Deleted Message

    by yahoo May 4, 2005 8:13 PM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Nov 9, 1998 5:35 PM Flag

    .

  • Reply to

    oops, you're right... those were Sept 11

    by cruncher1 Aug 19, 1998 10:34 AM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 19, 1998 11:37 AM Flag

    .

  • Reply to

    news stories confirm Dells earnings blow

    by techshorter Aug 18, 1998 8:44 AM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 18, 1998 6:53 PM Flag

    .

  • Reply to

    BE VERY CAREFUL......SUCKER'S RALLY IS R

    by ThosMorgan Aug 17, 1998 6:47 PM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 18, 1998 4:29 PM Flag

    .50 w/ split!

  • Reply to

    after hour 3

    by jacob1112 Aug 13, 1998 4:57 PM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 13, 1998 5:02 PM Flag

    No serious volume. One 10k block at 107 and
    change which is decent for afterhours but a non-factor
    for tomorrow.

    Market needs a firecracker and
    it may have to be Dell next Tuesday.

    Did
    everybody overshoot isn's toteboard or what? Now I know why
    Ladyjane doesn't make predictions. Many people looked
    rather foolish (myself included) with predictions north
    of $130 let alone $120. If we are at 110 by
    Tuesday's close I'll be happy.

    Wonder if MD is a
    riverboat gambler and split his stock anyway even though
    the markets would suggest holding it off for now. I
    say go for it. That would make a strong statement
    about your company.

  • Reply to

    After Hours = Anal Retentive

    by Looking_For_Idiots Aug 11, 1998 5:17 PM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 11, 1998 7:56 PM Flag

    Dell hits .50 or better with split announcement.
    Dell will not sale off until at least after the split.
    Historically speaking, this is usually the way it
    unfolds.

    No split and Dell will fall and a split with a .46
    will be neutral to negative and .48 or less w/o split
    is definitely negative (short term).

  • Reply to

    nasdaq futures

    by Arkansas_Red Aug 11, 1998 7:26 PM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 11, 1998 7:52 PM Flag

    that you are alluding too?

  • Reply to

    Need to vent!!!

    by oceanlover11 Aug 11, 1998 10:44 AM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 11, 1998 12:57 PM Flag

    reaction to Dell's earnings will be on 19th so
    both events shouldn't be sharing the spotlight. Of
    course, what Clinton says should be talked about on the
    18th although I don't know what kind of market
    reaction we should expect assuming he holds true to his "I
    did not have a sexual relationship w/ that woman"
    line.

    Then, hopefully Asia is up on the night of Dell's
    earnings release and we open the next morning with a bunch
    of smiles on our face.

    Only reason Dell is
    down more than indexes is because they have more gains
    to give up. Today looks okay to me and I'm glad it
    is happening mid-week and far enough away from
    earnings. If we have another 200+ point drop this week or
    next Monday, the usual earnings momentum for Dell
    could be negated for the first time in many quarters.
    Here's hoping for a stable rest of the week.

  • Reply to

    Ripe Market for Dell with Earnings Visib

    by afrodesiac93 Aug 10, 1998 3:00 PM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 10, 1998 6:22 PM Flag

    going to be set a stop loss with about 5 minutes
    til close on August 18. This way I figure I
    participate in the upside on the 19th if Dell splits,
    earnings > .50, etc...great forward looking comments.
    Should they not split, earnings come in at .46, Dell
    still should open pretty close to the 18th's close
    (give or take a point of course and then also depending
    on any world events (Clinton, Iraq, etc.)) and then
    drop steadily throughout the day and for the following
    few weeks.

    I believe last earnings, Dell
    opened up the next day about 2+ points higher (for the
    first 30 minutes) before the 3 week sale off began.
    Usually, the smart money doesn't sell right away unless
    earnings are a complete disaster but, rather, sell into
    the early strength (i.e. sucker's rally). This has
    happened on IFMX and AMAT for several quarters to name a
    few examples.

    Fair strategy anyone? Only
    downside if the next day's open is 5+ points down and my
    stop is triggered without anytime to think if the
    immediate sell-off was an overreaction (similar to a few
    years ago when Intel pre-announced and Dell open some
    12-15 points lower the first 1/2 hour only to make
    almost all of it back by the close!). However, by then,
    I'll have made a profit regardless (assuming stock
    doesn't tank 20+ points in the next 6 trading sessions)
    so I won't ever complain about a profit.

  • Reply to

    Dell won't let their stock crash--they'l

    by btmfisher Aug 10, 1998 11:28 AM
    PeanutButterandDELLy PeanutButterandDELLy Aug 10, 1998 2:48 PM Flag

    Heard Pru's analyst last week on interview with
    Bloomberg indicating that only options for SOC s/h's are to
    sell and sell short. Upside is non-existent and he put
    a sell on the stock. Of course, some would say buy
    when everyone hates the stock so good luck to you.
    Sometimes you get the bounce. He also indicated that
    Chapter 11 was a very likely scenario given the pressure
    from lenders and Perlman who could stand to use the
    realized loss (right now his significant position is
    unrealized and he has limited opportunities to sell in the
    open market being on the board). Perlmann of course is
    2nd largest s/h. I agree with you, this is not for
    the weak-hearted. I'll be watching on the sidelines
    with interest! Good Luck to you on this one! Put's
    could be good idea like you suggest.

JACK
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