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stokluver 56 posts  |  Last Activity: 18 hours ago Member since: Oct 1, 1999
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  • stokluver stokluver 18 hours ago Flag

    Guidance will be the key! And determine if AFOP is up or down on Friday.

  • Reply to

    When do we see new 52-week highs?

    by stokluver Apr 23, 2014 2:08 PM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 23, 2014 2:24 PM Flag

    It would take a short squeeze. Still have no idea why anyone would a cheap stock with explosive upside like JVA. They earned .12/share last quarter excluding the hedging gain. And that was with coffee at multi-year lows! Management was bullish about rising coffee prices and the positive effect it would have on the business. JVA ran to $30 last time coffee spiked to $3. Coffee hit $2.18 this morning. I don't know how JVA doesn't see double digits again as the mania hasn't even started yet!

  • Looking good. What a buying opportunity that was! Will we jump above $8.58 this week? Or next week? :)

  • Can't believe people are throwing away their JVA shares in the $6's. But I'll gladly buy them! Bought more today. We'll be eclipsing the 52-week high $8.58 in a few weeks. And then on to double digits.

  • Reply to

    Google-FYI

    by siriusperformance Apr 15, 2014 10:16 AM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 17, 2014 2:00 AM Flag

    What are you talking about?? So just because some idiot posts Google is buying their company, it might be true? Yeah that makes sense. Ok hows this. There's a .00000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000001% chance that Google will buy GSB. Better?

  • Reply to

    last time to see 6s in this month

    by ctrannmabq Apr 16, 2014 2:06 PM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 16, 2014 2:47 PM Flag

    I think fair value is around $10 considering the ramp up in revenues and earnings we'll see with these sharply higher coffee prices. But momentum traders will take it MUCH higher than that. When coffee prices hit $3/lb in 2011, traders took JVA all the way from $5 to $30. In only 2 months!! Why anyone would be short here is mind boggling.

  • Reply to

    last time to see 6s in this month

    by ctrannmabq Apr 16, 2014 2:06 PM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 16, 2014 2:26 PM Flag

    In a few months when JVA is $10-$15 people will look back and say why didn't I load up in the $6's.

  • stokluver stokluver Apr 16, 2014 12:13 PM Flag

    No once again the hedges are meaningless! Did you not see my post above? THIS is why the revenues, earnings & the stock price are headed much higher.

    JVA will benefit from higher coffee prices (a point you don't seem to understand). The CEO mentioned the recent increase in coffee prices TWICE in the last earnings PR. Talking about the positive impact it would have. JVA was increasing poundage but getting hit by lower coffee prices (and they still earned .12/share last quarter excluding the hedging gain). Now they're going to start posting quarters with increasing poundage AND higher coffee prices. Watch what happens to revenues and earnings! When the Street catches on, this low floater will zoom quickly to double digits.

    "We are extremely pleased to report these positive results to our shareholders. Although coffee prices remained stalled at depressed levels during this period resulting in a 13% decline in revenues, this was offset by a 13.7% increase in poundage sold during the same period. With coffee prices now on the rise again, we believe the combination of higher commodity prices along with continued growth in our overall business should result in increased revenues. Our commitment to margin improvement was evidenced by this quarter's earnings and we will remain focused on continuing these results going forward," said Andrew Gordon, President and Chief Executive Officer.

    "Our business continues to remain robust as we have achieved growth in all three major areas: wholesale green coffee sales, branded and private label sales. With the recent increase in the price of green coffee, we expect that these trends will continue to improve due to our position in the marketplace. As we stated in our comments with our 2013 annual results, we believe our recent problems are behind us and we thank our fellow shareholders for their continued patience and support," concluded Mr. Gordon.

  • stokluver stokluver Apr 16, 2014 10:28 AM Flag

    Haha u serious? All the wildly overvalued stocks on Nasdaq and you're short a stock with explosive upside potential like JVA?? Will you be covering for a loss in the $7's or waiting for $8-$10. Keep shorting all the way up!

  • stokluver stokluver Apr 16, 2014 10:13 AM Flag

    Ah I see you still haven't bought yet. Yes it might drop another 5-10%. But could also be 100-200%+ higher in a few months. I'll take that risk/reward scenario EVERY time.

    JVA will benefit from higher coffee prices (a point you don't seem to understand). The CEO mentioned the recent increase in coffee prices TWICE in the last earnings PR. Talking about the positive impact it would have. JVA was increasing poundage but getting hit by lower coffee prices (and they still earned .12/share last quarter excluding the hedging gain). Now they're going to start posting quarters with increasing poundage AND higher coffee prices. Watch what happens to revenues and earnings! When the Street catches on, this low floater will zoom quickly to double digits.

    "We are extremely pleased to report these positive results to our shareholders. Although coffee prices remained stalled at depressed levels during this period resulting in a 13% decline in revenues, this was offset by a 13.7% increase in poundage sold during the same period. With coffee prices now on the rise again, we believe the combination of higher commodity prices along with continued growth in our overall business should result in increased revenues. Our commitment to margin improvement was evidenced by this quarter's earnings and we will remain focused on continuing these results going forward," said Andrew Gordon, President and Chief Executive Officer.

    "Our business continues to remain robust as we have achieved growth in all three major areas: wholesale green coffee sales, branded and private label sales. With the recent increase in the price of green coffee, we expect that these trends will continue to improve due to our position in the marketplace. As we stated in our comments with our 2013 annual results, we believe our recent problems are behind us and we thank our fellow shareholders for their continued patience and support," concluded Mr. Gordon.

  • Reply to

    Google-FYI

    by siriusperformance Apr 15, 2014 10:16 AM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 16, 2014 9:54 AM Flag

    Ha thanks for the laugh! I like GSB but this is typical message board nonsense. Please don't tell me anyone actually believes this!

  • Reply to

    shorts are trying to use scare tactics :)

    by super.linux Apr 15, 2014 2:32 PM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 15, 2014 2:50 PM Flag

    Yeah lots of microcaps getting slaughtered in recent days. Buy when others are panic selling.

    The JVA scare tactics are amusing. Don't think the CEO will be selling anymore for awhile. And at a much higher price. He doesn't have that many shares anyway!

    Date of Report: March 14, 2014

    "Andrew Gordon, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company, intends to adopt a prearranged trading plan during the Company's next open trading window, in accordance with the guidelines specified by Rule 10b5-1 under the Exchange Act and the Company’s trading policies (the “Plan”). The Plan is being entered into as part of Mr. Gordon’s long-term asset diversification and tax and financial planning strategies. Trading under the Plan is expected to commence in early April 2014."

    "As of February 26, 2014, Mr. Andrew Gordon beneficially owned approximately 340,381 shares of the Company’s common stock, which represented approximately 5.3% of the Company’s outstanding common stock. Under the terms of his trading plan, Mr. Gordon could sell up tp 250,000 shares of the Company’s common stock, but only if the stock meets the minimum price threshold as specified in the Plan."

  • stokluver stokluver Apr 15, 2014 2:43 PM Flag

    Yeah wish this guy would just buy already. $6's are a GIFT. Panic selling today. Not just on JVA. Lots of microcaps across the board. Great time to be buying. When others are throwing their shares away!

    So the CEO sold some shares. It happens on every company! Not sure why the stock tanks 20% in response. That's nuts. We'll see JVA back in the $8's and eventually double digits this summer.

  • People are funny. A year ago JVA was in the $6's when the company was losing money and coffee prices were still declining. Now JVA just posted a solid .12 quarter (excluding hedging gain), coffee prices are jumping, and the CEO gave a very bullish outlook (below). And you're selling in the $6's??? Keep throwing em away. I'm gladly buying today!

    "We are extremely pleased to report these positive results to our shareholders. Although coffee prices remained stalled at depressed levels during this period resulting in a 13% decline in revenues, this was offset by a 13.7% increase in poundage sold during the same period. With coffee prices now on the rise again, we believe the combination of higher commodity prices along with continued growth in our overall business should result in increased revenues. Our commitment to margin improvement was evidenced by this quarter's earnings and we will remain focused on continuing these results going forward," said Andrew Gordon, President and Chief Executive Officer.

    "Our business continues to remain robust as we have achieved growth in all three major areas: wholesale green coffee sales, branded and private label sales. With the recent increase in the price of green coffee, we expect that these trends will continue to improve due to our position in the marketplace. As we stated in our comments with our 2013 annual results, we believe our recent problems are behind us and we thank our fellow shareholders for their continued patience and support," concluded Mr. Gordon.

  • stokluver stokluver Apr 15, 2014 1:38 PM Flag

    That's just stupid. So you're saying energy companies or anyone else who uses hedges will rise and fall each quarter depending on their hedges?? Uh no.

    And you're also way off on them reporting a hedging loss this quarter. It's sure to be a huge gain! They had low priced inventory that they're able to sell at a much higher price. Get it?

  • stokluver stokluver Apr 15, 2014 12:47 PM Flag

    Ok maybe not meaningless. But the point is JVA is going to have hedging gains some quarters...and hedging losses other quarters. In each of those scenarios, you need to back out the hedging gain/loss to get to the true earnings. That is what the company should be valued on.

  • stokluver stokluver Apr 15, 2014 11:33 AM Flag

    Last quarter's income was not due to hedging gain. Back out the gain, and they still earned .12/share or so.

    Who cares about hedging gains or losses?? Those are 1-time items each quarter. Meaningless.

    With higher coffee prices, JVA revenues are headed higher. Then it will all be about MARGINS. That's the most important thing here folks. Which is why I liked the comment in last quarter's earnings release about their focus on margins. JVA could post some huge earnings with current margins as revenues ramp higher.

  • Reply to

    I have a question

    by argyle46 Apr 14, 2014 8:39 PM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 14, 2014 9:31 PM Flag

    Plus he announced in March he would be selling shares in early April and that's exactly what he did. Not like this came out of nowhere!

  • Reply to

    I have a question

    by argyle46 Apr 14, 2014 8:39 PM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 14, 2014 9:30 PM Flag

    Today was an overreaction. Stock was actually up in the morning. A little panic selling towards the close. A few months from now when coffee is pushing $3/lb, people will view this week as a great buying opportunity. I honestly did not think we'd see low $7's again with coffee prices jumping like they have. CEO selling not what you want to see. But the stock was up 50% YTD. What's wrong with some profit taking? And he can't sell knowing there's bad news coming. Otherwise it's class action lawsuits galore. He sold off a chunk for diversification. Let's hope he regrets it soon when JVA is in double digits.

  • Reply to

    Should we be worried?

    by edward50000 Apr 11, 2014 10:24 PM
    stokluver stokluver Apr 12, 2014 9:55 PM Flag

    Cool thanks! He was planning on selling a chunk in early April for diversification. So nothing to be worried about. Still, would prefer to see insider buying instead of selling. haha

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