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  • Reply to

    Train is leaving the station.

    by drjohnlong Aug 1, 2014 10:54 AM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Aug 1, 2014 2:39 PM Flag

    Yep, I liked the quarter they just reported. This stock should not have fallen 60% this year. I think it can spend the rest of this quarter--at least--moving up back to a more appropriate stock price. Also, the shorts can't be too nonchalant about covering because there was already rumor about a buyout that popped the stock last week, they don't want to find themselves on the wrong end of a quick 20% move again.

  • profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Aug 1, 2014 2:31 PM Flag

    They reported a nice quarter (especially compared to all the negative sentiment pushing this stock down for months). I am thinking that SODA can continue toward its highs of earlier this year over the next 6 months. Remember, not only is there high short interest, but also, expectations have been so low that the trailing P/E is just over 20. Furthermore, their last few quarters have been so bad that it will be easy to blow away those numbers next year. All those facts do make this an attractive buyout candidate, too, even though it was already an attractive buyout candidate before this good quarterly report.

    Sentiment: Strong Buy

  • Reply to

    1.01 and dropping hard..

    by wassayassa Mar 17, 2014 1:00 PM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Mar 27, 2014 2:33 PM Flag

    It should be falling back to $1.01 again. The East Coast had another snow fall and another cold snap with high wind chill (DC=2'' of snow, Philly=2'', NYC= 1", Boston=8"). I guess this will give management another excuse when they announce their losses next quarterly report... But let's be honest, they were going to report losses anyway.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Mar 27, 2014 11:07 AM Flag

    You expect them to lose multiple dollars per share over the next two quarters, or do you just like to use hyperbole and big exaggerations? Sure, earnings may be flat and they may have to pay part of the dividend out of their cash pile until next Christmas shopping season, but when you claim that a profitable company that has hundreds of millions of dollars of cash-on-hand and no debt is going to be in a worse financial position than JCP, CWTR, ARO, PSUN, JOEZ, BODY, and WTSL you just lose credibility.

  • profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Mar 14, 2014 3:14 PM Flag

    Their agreement gives them high interest payments off the top, plus puts them in position for preferred shares that give them a dividend for the long term, and puts them in front of the common stock holders in case of a bankruptcy... No, their deal was fine, they knew they had Aero right where they wanted them and squeezed them for the deal that was most advantageous for them.

  • profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Jan 10, 2014 1:39 PM Flag

    Don't call him a "d***" for being bearish on the stock... He's exactly right. The numbers were so bad that it ruins any good news from the recent past. Now we're back to just wondering if this company will survive.

  • After CBOU (Caribou Coffee) and PEET (Peet's Coffee) were offered buyouts, and SBUX (Starbucks) posted a great quarter last night, not to mention Green Mountain Coffee's (GMCR) move higher, Java Holdings (JVA), which is very levered to SBUX and GMCR is experiencing a short squeeze higher. This is starting to pop!

  • Reply to

    this stock is a POS

    by gnomebah2 Aug 8, 2012 2:09 PM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Jan 10, 2013 8:35 AM Flag

    Yes, it is! Sorry, Gnome. I know you've been waiting on this stock to turn around for a few years now. It looks like you'll have to wait another year or more, or at least a few more quarters, to get back to even.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Reply to

    This is an $8.00 dollar stock

    by grizelda33kitten May 19, 2011 5:22 PM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Jan 10, 2013 8:33 AM Flag

    Yep, I knew it! It missed expectations again and will re-test its 52-week low this morning. It should crash right through it.

    Sentiment: Sell

  • profitgrowthfirst by profitgrowthfirst Jan 9, 2013 8:55 AM Flag

    GME trades in large swings; it regularly trends up to $22 or $23 and trends back down to $17 or $18. It is looking like it has--just like it has many times before--completed its upswing to its ol' peak of 20-something dollars, and started a new swing back to its same ol' trough of sub-18-bucks. There is no reason to buy for at least a quarter or two... Or wait until the next generation XBox console comes out, and the next generation of Playstation is at least sooner-to-come... Until one starts to buy GME.

    Sentiment: Strong Sell

  • Reply to

    This is an $8.00 dollar stock

    by grizelda33kitten May 19, 2011 5:22 PM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Jan 8, 2013 3:54 PM Flag

    This is still an $8.00 stock. 65 cents in earnings times a P/E ratio of 12 is just about $8.00. So, yeah, this stock should be $4.00 cheaper!

    Sentiment: Sell

  • Reply to

    ARO: Next Stop Down 20%

    by smartsmallcapinvestor Jul 27, 2008 7:15 PM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Jan 8, 2013 3:32 PM Flag

    Four-and-a-half years later, it's still down 20%. All this time, this company has not been able to perminently lift the stockprice, and all the while, there hasn't even been a dividend. That's why everyone should only buy into great companies, not put their hopes in turnaround plays.

  • Reply to

    gimme a catalyst

    by finanza Jan 7, 2013 4:38 PM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Jan 8, 2013 2:44 PM Flag

    No, this stock is not cheap! Aeropostale is trading at 17x trailing earnings. Meanwhile, Macy's is trading at 11.5x trailing earnings, Men's Wearhouse is trading at only 12x trailing earnings, Kohl's is trading at just 9.5x trailing earnings, True Religion Jeans is trading at 13x trailing earnings (and Management is looking for a buyer to take them private at the same time), Joseph A. Bank is trading at 12.5x trailing earnings, Dillard's is trading at 12.5x trailing earnings, and Casual Male Retail Group is trading at just 6x trailing earnings. Also, American Eagle Outfitters is trading at 21x earnings, but it raised estimates and pays a nice dividend.

    Oh, did I mention that Aeropostale cut earnings forcasts for the coming quarter?... So there's no reason to pay more for the higher multiple on ARO.

  • Reply to

    A 100% Return is Possible from Here

    by profitgrowthfirst Oct 31, 2012 1:57 PM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Nov 6, 2012 2:23 PM Flag

    This stock is still moving upward; buyers continue to outweigh sellers.

    Sentiment: Buy

  • Reply to

    THQI up 6% in 45 minutes

    by logic.trader Nov 1, 2012 10:18 AM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Nov 6, 2012 11:45 AM Flag

    You're exactly right, Blackhole. Centerview will collect a nice check telling them what they already know. Either dilute further or choose bankruptcy. There best bet would be to issue a secondary offering of 50 million shares at between $1.10-$1.25. That would give them between $55 and $62.5 mm to work with. But of course, that would hurt the common stockholders even more.... However, so would bankruptcy.

  • profitgrowthfirst by profitgrowthfirst Oct 31, 2012 1:57 PM Flag

    This last quarterly report has shown that $5.00 EPS per year is not the outlier, but rather, the norm. CSTR has earned $4.91 over the last 12 months, and this stock is only trading at 9 times those earnings. If this company can earn $6.00 in 2014, and Wall Street were to trade this company at 14 times those earnings, this would be an $84.00 stock.

    That's a double from here, almost a 100% return, with only moderately better earnings necessary to get there.

  • profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Oct 31, 2012 1:50 PM Flag

    I bought more down here, too. A double is definitely possible. This last quarterly report has shown that $5.00 in EPS is the norm, not the outlier, and the stock is currently trading at only 9 times that amount. If this company can earn $6.00 per share in 2014, and Wall Street was to give it a 14 multiple, this would be a $84.00 stock.

    So, yes, a double is possible!

  • profitgrowthfirst by profitgrowthfirst Oct 31, 2012 11:34 AM Flag

    This stock has a lot of short interest, so as the price continues to trend higher many of the shorts will have to exit. This will put more upward pressure on the stock. I believe this stock could reach the 60-dollar range by the end of the year.

  • Reply to

    I suppose the Old Gang Is gone.

    by jedi6986 Oct 25, 2012 11:30 PM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Oct 30, 2012 4:30 PM Flag

    You stated ".....instead of actual intellectual conversation." If this board had any real 'intellectual conversation whatsoever, maybe your 'Old Gang' would have sold and left long ago before the 'U Fail', I mean the 'U Draw' flopped and made all your money disappear. Instead you're all here saying "I can't leave, I've got so much money tied up in this thing; I'll wait for it to get back to even", or "I've already lost so much, there's no point in selling now". Yeah, so much for "intellectual conversation" from the "Old Gang".

  • Reply to

    INTC Might Trend Downward for Months

    by profitgrowthfirst Oct 17, 2012 8:40 AM
    profitgrowthfirst profitgrowthfirst Oct 25, 2012 6:27 PM Flag

    Also, you left it out from one of my previous posts, but I knew that BBY was going to continue to collapse and would miss on its next earnings report, and sure enough, just like clockwork, the stock crashed again on last nights pre-announcement.

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