I missed selling it much higher. However, since my shares are not margined, I can afford to hold on to a company that makes about $10 Billion a quarter and pays the largest dividend of any company and haves the largest stock buyback in history and also has the distinct probability of doubling in price over and over again over the years. Anybody who believes that innovation is dead at APPL is clueless. Cook has stated that there is a large number of blockbuster products in the pipeline, and I believe him. This APPL bashing is completely rediculous. How can these so called hedge funds believe what they say?
Too late for the Derby, but here goes: Couple of mint leaves, muddled. One part simple syrup. Two parts bourbon. All with crushed ice. Take a generous dollop of fresh fizzy water from your SodaStream bottle on the top and be sure to serve in a tall glass so you don't have to refill so often. After the first drink you will find that all the proportions adjust themselves.
PS. This recipe was from the late, great horse breeder Dr. Frank Miller, who bred and raised the 1951 Derby winner Count Turf. He sold the two year old for $3500 and the horse won the Derby prize of nearly $100,000 the next year. Just a bit of history.
Now you will say that SodaStream wasn't out in 1951, but maybe you are wrong. The soda water was there. Just not the new bottles.
Wikipedia says Ocean Spray has a 25 year deal to serve single drinks via a Pepsi drink dispenser. That's all I can see so far. Ocean Spray also turned down a 100,000,000 deal with Pepsi before the single drink deal.
Good for them!
Your chances are really really good. Just take some patience. Buy some more shares on dips.
I too have 100 shares I bot at about $58 one day, just to nudge the dial a bit and see if it would precipitate a small run- up. I think it did. All other shares I own are below $38, TG. I figure SODA will be at the head of my profit lists for all of 2013 and 2014.