why do people always passive aggressiveky not respond to my posts? dude, just reply to my post. it's ok, I don't give cooties if you're just responding.
obviously, I'm no expert in this area. but investors really, really love royalty streams. the fact that the business has some problems is well-known. chipotle isn't healthy either, but people still think "fresh ingredients=healthy"
that's all true but there is lots of room to run in warmer locations, florida and texas. I don't know why there are 21 franchisees in the midwest or Illinois, that doesn't make sense to me. but there are still large opportunities outside of California. and people really love their jamba juice, just go on twitter. at any hour of the day there is somebody going "need jamba right now lol omg" or something (nobody says "omg" these days but you know what I mean). anyway, these franchises will do OK, they have to do better than the company. and an acquirer will have the muscle to get better locations and lease terms and so on. a product that people really love will eventually succeed ( I realize Krispy Kreme never really worked out but Jamba is healthier).
is a buyout. Jmba is worth more to a DD or somebody else. that's why the stock doesn't really move on sss numbers. it's going to get bought at $20+ once everything is finished and then the new owner is going to really slash costs - fire the board and executives and collect the franchise fees. so the bad results just provide an opportunity to buy more cheap shares. win for losing.
definitely going to buy one of these bankrupt coal cos, or maybe some of the assets and then hire new management
so how much of that is franchise fees and how much is from the cpg/own stores. And does't the price for the northern Ca stores look a little low . . . if cali stores go for that price I'd hate to see prices for other areas of the country.
whoops, there it went. more like a quick nod of the head rally.
we are in what I call an inverse expanding megaphone formation, which means we're going lower.
guys, it's OVER. it's just going to relentlessly go down, day after day. don't get in the way. you know how you're driving along and some stupid squirrel sees the car approaching and just has to cross the street at just that very moment? that's the dip buyers. they see the gld fall and they have to get in the fall. don't be a dumb squirrel. get out of the way.
they just don't stop buying the gap or the dip. it's like they have some compulsion to light their money on fire. GUYS : don't buy until we at least get one bullish candle.
it's funny that people seem to be relieved that gold has found a "bottom." OK bottoms don't happen on quiet, narrow range days when everyone is comfortably pronouncing bottom. no way. this broke out of a very long triangle yesterday . . . it has weeks more to go. the h&s was $15 so the intermediate bottom measures to $95. bottom will not happen when the longs call bottom, it will happen when we get posts like (in the bitcoin bubble burst days) "I lost my life savings in gold and now I can't tell my wife." we are not even close to that point. in fact the quiet action after yesterdays impulsive move is in fact very bearish . . . it means no bulls were ready to sell on Tuesday morning *even after getting annihiliated on monday.* not only are the bulls not afraid, they are STILL BULLISH.
this isn't true. mint is sold out of silver bullion, ie lots of uninformed retail buyers. record numbers of buyers at fx bucket shops (see dailyfx for the deets). lots of articles about dip buying. the dip buyers are out in force as demonstrated by this board. the opposite of love is apathy. we haven't reached the apathy stage. we're at denial.
if it gets to 1050 it's not going to stop that's not how bear markets work. they rip your face off and then hand you the hospital bill
I would bet on it . . . the US dip buyers did their job, the only buyers left are in the US because they buy in dollars. rest of the world is bailing and buying dollars, US buyers will eventually follow.
it's 700 before 1700
nobody except nearly 10 million shares yesterday . . . the dip buyers are persistent in the face of overwhelming trend.