c'mon ackman, rein in your posting on your tubofshite, imhummria texcrement swampi posts that all use the same phrases when you fail to concentrate LOL
It's starting to look like you intentionally try to make your posts sound like the comments of someone mentally impaired so no one will suspect a self-exalting market guru. LOL
This stock is working through the right side of a proper base and is ready to lift. Another tranche of Calif franchise stores was just signed as well. A multiyear run higher is about to launch. Be ready!
Ridiculous comments and "analysis"...
DNKN breakfast meals and all day sandwiches are health food compared to greasy pig slop served at Burger King, Wendys, MCD, KFC, Pioneer Chicken or any of the fast food pizza places.
Their donuts? If anything, less greasy than Tim Horton's, KKD, and Winchells -- all of which are better donuts than DNKN's. But so what? No one is buying a donut for health food purposes -- and DNKN's profits are not about donuts anymore Dorothy!
We still have no real info on the story in Manila Bay... yet the China Daily had a piece last week saying if the storm had hit Manial directly it would have been tremendous loss of lives and property. My takeaway was that was a positive indication that Manila did not suffer severe damages such as seen in the middle of the country.
Good news as longs are concerned... though what a great chance for MPEL to reassure the street broadly with a PR saying sorry ofr the losses and tragedy but company's COD Manila project is on track again and Co looking forward to helping restabilize the economy and future economic development of the Philipines with COD Manila.
I see the faggy #$%$ tuibofshite swampi texcrement is already rolling in his pig S today. What a moron -- hard to believe Ackman would pay the #$%$ anything for such bs posts.
Someone get out the Woody Allen sock full of horse dung and reinsert it down this F head's throat and box his ears with another one. LOL
I just remembered you were the f head trying to dis me when i said it was a screaming buy at $48. Ya you wrote something like you were out of all stocks because of all the problems in the world. LOL
Nuts what a chump will write.
First of all, FY. We is my team and I running one of the highest returning hedge funds in the business over almost 20 years. Read through our posts over the last year and you won;t make an #$%$ out of yourself.
We have been long since $48, suggesting the stock would be back above $60 prior to EOY -- it would be based on the powerful ebitda and revenue and margin news reported for the Sep Q alone, but on top of that PT call on the drop we now have the Travelocity news.
Mgmt has already indicated that the Travelocity piece will add a minimum of 5% to ebitda next year, but that is premised on only the revenue enhancement piece. It does not include operating leverage benefits that will inure to EXPE, including the increased buying power leverage it will have by virtue of including the Travelocity book.
The stock has yet to reflect a full valuation being accorded what they have going on their own turnaround ebitda, and it obviously has yet to reflect any pickup from the Travelocity piece. The stock IS A GIFT below present levels, and those who are not morons should be able to figure that out.
Did I mention FY bananas for attempting to dis me with your ignnorance and conceit? If not, let me tell your to go F yourself.
Time for the shorts to queue up for their self-hurl under the short bus for a good rthumping on top of the last $8/share over the last two weeks and double+ ytd. LOL
Stocks Up In Afternoon; Herbalife Nearing Buy Point
PointBy SCOTT STODDARD, INVESTOR'S BUSINESS DAILY
Posted 11/15/2013 02:56 PM ET
Stocks were higher Friday afternoon, with the Dow Jones industrial average and S&P 500 hitting new highs.
The Dow led with a 0.4% gain. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq were each up 0.2%. Volume was mixed despite the expiration of options contracts, a monthly event that tends to boost volume. NYSE volume was higher but Nasdaq volume was down...
Herbalife (HLF) jumped 5% in strong turnover, retaking its 50-day line. It's creeping up on a 70.77 buy point in a double-bottom base.
...Herbalife declined to comment on Stiritz’s remarks. A representative of Icahn declined to comment. Michael Vachon, a spokesman for New York-based Soros Fund Management LLC, which owns 5 percent of Herbalife, declined to comment.
Herbalife President Des Walsh said on Feb. 27 that the company would “certainly” consider going private in a buyout “in the right circumstance.” In leveraged buyouts, purchasers typically use a company’s cash flow and assets, as well as their own, as collateral for loans to take a controlling interest.
The company also said last month it would re-evaluate its share buyback plans when PricewaterhouseCoopers LP finishes new audits of the company’s statements for 2010 through 2012.
Bill Stiritz, the fourth-largest shareholder in Herbalife (HLF) Ltd., said he’s willing to take part in a leveraged buyout of the company that would reward shareholders and help it fend off pyramid-scheme allegations.
Taking the nutrition company private was an option billionaire investor Carl Icahn said he would discuss with Herbalife’s management when he took a stake in the company earlier this year. Stiritz, who holds 5.3 percent of Herbalife, declined to say in an interview whether he’s in talks with Icahn, whose 17 percent stake makes him its largest investor.
Herbalife Ltd., which makes vitamins, skin creams and meal-replacement shakes and operates in more than 80 countries, hired PricewaterhouseCoopers in May after KPMG LLP resigned as its accounting firm because of alleged insider trading by an auditor. Photographer: Scott Eells/Bloomberg
“The situation is pregnant for a recap or leveraged buyout of Herbalife, and I would be willing to participate,” Stiritz, who’s also chief executive officer of cereal maker Post Holdings Inc. (POST), said in the telephone interview.
The shares increased 3.1 percent to $64.64 at the close in New York.
A leveraged buyout would reduce public scrutiny for Cayman Islands-based Herbalife while the company defends itself against billionaire hedge fund manager Bill Ackman, who for a year has accused it of operating an illegal pyramid scheme. Ackman has reduced his equity short position in the company while maintaining his bet through options. He continues to try to convince regulators to shut Herbalife down.
“The company under normal conditions would be worth double what it’s selling for today,” Stiritz said.
Loeb's idea is that activism ought to be intended to push companies to be more shareholder value oriented. Loeb wouldn;t be one to do Ackman's gone awry brand of short a stock, then make up bs allegations that everyone else studying the same material refutes, then do a 300 slide presentations and big bs report, then keep on foaming at the mouth like a rabid dog about it for months while wasting away your investors' capital, then wave your arms around yelling "wolf" one thousand times while turning purple in the face because no one else agrees with one's bs and then keep on wasting your investors' money while trying to frighten employees and customers and regulators and politicians by saying things more stupid and less convincing than, "HLF is a pumpkin that is going to turn into an Alien Spaceship, why won't all you effers listen to me? Do I have to cry more or hold my breath until I turn purple or what?"
Meanwhile, he has likely used some of what he thinks of as his genius to fully hedge his position -- while doing nothing close to telling the lemmings following him over the cliff what his net position is these days.
When does the SEC start investigating these antics and timing and composition of his "awry activism."
Obviously Loeb made over $200m refuting Ackman's HLF is a pyramid pumpkin posing as an Alien Spaceship bs.
As for the alleged fraudulent pyramid scheme, you gotta love Loeb's quote on CNBC," “It was my assessment that the accusation was unfounded,” he said of Ackman’s claims."
p.s. Would someone cut and past this every time swampi texcerement tunofshite imhummeria posts dog S on this board? I don't see any of those F headed posts unless it is a reply to one of the legit posters comments here.
for those who missed it.
By the way, tuboshite must be referring to our gmcr call from 18 to 88, or our call last week on IEP from $108 to $120, or TPX from $25 to $42 or reload from 38 to 43, or reload of aapl at 389 (still long), or LVS (pulled short hedge at 38 to 62 -- too early but out on Spain news) or MPEL from 12 to 36 now out of half (and box hedged to $36 on the rest), or the DAL double or ALK at $45 or UAL at 28 (after being paired short on it all year vs DAL and ALK)... or maybe he meant DNKN from 25 to 42 and then reload at 38, or maybe BAC at 6 and GS at 89, or maybe he's just wetting his pants over our core long here at $38 and to or so flip trades here including our biuggest ever trading sleeve where we added all the way down to $62 last week, you know, down below where Stiritz put on over 5% and where Soros put on his 5% and where the company repurchased 1.7% of outstanding shares last Q,
If you missed it, see my post explaining how when tubofshiteswampitexcrement suggested the company's outstanding shares increasing was somehow lying merely illustrates how unsophisticated and ignorant he is... but then he is a #$%$ working for $3/day and 3 cents.post. LOL
i see where the imhummeria doosh alias keeps on saying that Carl wants out at $73 based on the original lockup out to February. No, he does not, anymore than he wanted out of NFLX after the first of several doubles.
Apparently he missed Uncle Carl's update in early November. Carl said right there on TV for everyone to learn his current thinking, that as is the case with Stiritz who has referenced owning HLF for several doubles (said with the stock at $72) , Uncle Carl HLF is the kind of story he thinks has 10-15 years to run based on the business plan opportunity and the stock being so "significantly undervalued."
But imhummeria thinks it "is impossible to squeeze the stock [sic -- LOL] now that Ackman has completed his 'restructuring'" (LOL), a comment kinda like Ackman's own "this is a pyramid scheme and fraud"... the similarity? These putzes apparently think people reading their nonsense are stupid enough to sell stock based upon such bs.
LOL If you call a pumpkin an "Alien Spaceship" 700 times does the pumkin become an "Alien spaceship?"
And if one does a weak sauce analysis and dopey slide show with 300 slides and pays two dufus bashers $100 a month to write at least 1000 stupid posts per week under 4 aliases apiece, does that make a quality consumer products company's balance sheet and ebitda a pyramid scheme? LOL at these gumptards...
to the top again -- see you all at $75 agaon soon, perhaps as early as Monday
Here a post of relevance.
Ackman's #$%$ putz is working overtime to keep relevant posts off the front page... notice how that has picked up now that the run back to $75 is underway?
Gee, maybe it is billy himself trying to save some of that 2% feesince his incentive fee is a bag of poo just like his investors' return this year. LOL
Thanks for #$%$ down the nape of the necks of these stupid f #$%$ trading club morons who has maybe $1500 of equity in their margin accounts and hope Ackman keeps paying them for the worst postings ever seen on YHOO.
It is a source of constant laughs to see you stomp them without even trying, especially tibofbobshite, swampidoosh, imhummeria, texcrement and his other stupid ash "sand up his vaghhina" aliases. My first two pages have nothing but your posts -- all else is on ignore. LOL
I know this tubofshiteunderstands nothing and is here to do nothing other than divert attention, but i'll join you stomping on his tiny head for a moment since he has said this pivot dog S at least 10 times.
This putz toboshite swampi texcement calling greg a douche is like obama calling the Affordable Healthcare Act "legislation loved by all." There is no bigger douche than that moron on this board -- not once anything worth considering; never correct on any point made.
As for my commentary on the pivot? It is of course just a fact.
We've explained that we view charts as useful but not the end all for entrance and exit breakouts and tops, and while many well established chart patterns often prove useful, others do not.
In this case, the 4 weeks tight was followed by a move higher, and then with Obama leading the idiots in DC we saw a full week swoon on many if not most beta names and what was obviously a full shake out of all the momo longs that carried on a couple more weeks before resolving to volume pickup on the right side of the now apparent short base. As we posted along, we added trade sleeve shares all the way down to $62 and the turnaround is not surprising in that the recent low pressed into levels Stiritz, Soros and the company have been buying. That leaves just real players still in the stock, and the shares READY TO RIP HIGHER. LOL
We also note the weekly chart reveals the significance of blowing past $70, as greg said, easy with news coming, then past resistance at $73, and the pivot just above that. We still think the stock gets to $90 by EOY with the PWC recertified financials and leveraged buyback announced or the buzzing LBO possibility.