I stand corrected. They DO have a small store in there. And they are down to 2 trucks out front.
I was expecting them to go in a bigger space but they went in a smaller one. between a Mexican rest. & a game shop of some time.
And of course wetsnatch is still on ignore.
World would be a better place if trolls like him just died.
muhammetal is almost certainly not bigjim1734.
bigjim1734 and his many imposters are childish frauds. muhammetal has never been anything like them.
What do you want them to say ?
Apparently the move was related to the SA Pro article that came out yesterday. Which I didn't know about until today.
Well, the prelim is out. The actual prospectus will come out at the same time the offering is priced.
Or are they waiting on the SEC for questions on the prelim ?
Ive seen these kind of things happen fairly quickly. usually they will price it afterhours and it sells out the next day and the stock goes down because the pricing is at a discount to market.
I honestly don't know if we are talking about days, weeks or months.
They didn't at first....now they have.... $49
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I hadn't seen it till today.
But, I guess they paid out a number of 7 cent dividends.
Last was 5/30 so would that mean 6/15 figures are coming soon ?
Im not sure that it means a whole lot either way but Im oddly interested.
In fact, Im going to ask for my certificates so my shares cant be loaned out !
(Kidding, that's what scammers say)
Totally absurd to think these respected men are part of some kind of wall street scam to inflate a stock for no rational reason.
And why only $8-10 if the most they can ever earn is 50 cents per year ?
Ever think its possible they might actually be trying to fix the company ?
Does any rational person really think the esteemed Mr Rouleau wants his swan song to be securities fraud ?
On the other hand, it was fairly obvious long ago that COCO was a scam based on bilking the government.
Pan crust would work, pizza hut had 6 inch personal pans way back when I worked there.
I imagine it could be partially pre-baked also. But, more options just slows the line down.
And you might have more people sharing a loaded up pizza.
Already open in Auburn. 5 in Bham/.T-town and 10 in south Alabama.
Went their website and they have nicely done videos with a number of franchises and even one with the founder.
Then I went to p-5 and they had far less. A nice first page but you've got to give info to get anymore detail whatsoever.
Did you also follow LTF into COCO at $2 and short TUES at $13 ?
COCO is 31 cents and very likely to be worhless. Down 84%. TUES on the other hand is up 46%.
Because when the scam stops, the underlying company is worthless.
Sure, the cash on the balance sheet looked good but you couldn't say it wasn't a scam even at $2.00.
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