Pro-trader? Your tag is obviously a misnomer when you don't even know why the institutional investor share is over 100%. When you find out why this is then you will know why we in the know know you don't know horsecrappola.
Exactly. Because of shorting position the shares owned are over 100%. So you posting the question, "how can you have 131% of institutional investors when 100% is 100%" clearly you didn't know at first and/or your credibility has been damaged as a short pumper for stating a known fact intended to malign.
Yelp has a very good chance of achieving critical mass due to their international strategy as well as the movement toward mobile. The next two quarters will show evidence towards this critical mass. More and more people are going mobile, more and more people are downloading their app. More and more people want local information and yelp is increasingly providing them more specifically than a google search. And more and more categories from restaurant to entertainment to hotel to plumbers will create a tidal wave of engagements from mobile users which will make a lot of business to list with Yelp like a vicious circle.
The growth rate will be astronomical when this critical mass happens. Growth rate of 80-100% annually will not be a surprise. That is why no one cares about the p/e ratio right now, because there is a feeling they are at the cusp of exploding. Domination is the key word!
Quarterly growth rate is 69% and they are just getting started with their international strategy. They are not even in Asia yet. When I travel, I just got back from a cruise on the Baltic Sea (Denmark, Coppenhagen, Norway, Finland, Russia, Estonia, Germany) I use Yelp. Wish I could have used Yelp on my Asian vacation (Singapore, Thailand, Vietnam, Japan, Hongkong, China) last year. Tourists will be using Yelp more and more in addition to local population adoption. Dominant is the key word! Google who?
more and more synergies. Domination baby!
Dude, you are forgetting that humans are social animal. Think about it. Perhaps it should be a V8 moment for you today.
Dude, Yelp is both search and social. It is the son of Google and Facebook. Market cap for Google is $300 billion and Facebook is $110 billion. The son will grow quarter by quarter to at least be $15-$20 billion in 2-3 years as soon as it starts walking and talking if you get my drift. It starting to talk with their mobile review capability and it is tarting to walk internationally.
This upcoming earnings report is going to suck big time. Too many competition. Starbucks is looking to offer more pastries thru their La Boulange offering...this is a big deal competition for pnra going forward. In addition, there is pressure to increase min. wage, CA is the leader and other states will follow. So again going forward, not good for pnra. There is no catalyst for pnra's shares going up other than they are building more stores, which in my humble opinion the effort will not create buzz as it once did...the reason for this is that they are already in the tier 1 locations and thus creating scale by building more will prove to be an uphill battle, also there are new entrants stars in the eatery industry, i.e. potbelly sandwiches, noodles, etc. Shares may go up to $180 but I will average up my short.
You are very kind, sir. Looking for them to pre-announce bad quarter and stock to drop to $140 or less. I just can't see "healthy ingredients" as a "huge" selling point. I don't see groups of teenagers saying, let's meet at PNRA and hang out. Or for that matter groups of ladies eating out at PNRA on ladies night out, etc. There just isn't any "wow" or "cool" factor or for that matter "value" factor that really differentiate them from other restaurants. CMG has their burrito, BWLD has sports related, SBUX has a coffee following, etc., etc.
WMT's effort to expand from big box stores that are more and more being restricted by local communities. Some opportunistic brokers could be talking to WMT already.
Hmmm. Well, all I can say is, let's look at P/S ratios below. Answer me this, why is PNRA at the lowest end? Also, as far as share price performance within the last 3 yrs., pnra is at 17% of it's high, whereas the others are at close to their highs, with mcd being an exception at 5% of it's high. Perhaps, pnra is heading the DRI way? Also, the last 3 yrs. has shown the SPX at it's highest due to the exuberance in the market, QE, economy improving or whatever, at the same time these restaurants including pnra are growing their store numbers, yet pnra trails. Answer me this, do you really have the confidence that pnra will do a cmg and go back up to it's high?
They have over 1700 locations already. I would argue that they are overstretched already since they are now going into locs. with 20K population. Their business model is not conducive to international expansion.
Looks like someone caught my drift...As motley fool's article, I still think WMT will buy RAD for $13.
Flood of interest going on in this space due to the Obamacare debate. Also there lost of news regarding private exchanges and the Obamacare in general.
It takes 3 quarters after a significant runup is noticed. RAD is now being noticed due to the profit just reported. By the time a buyer makes a decision this stock will be $9-10. And the buyer pays 30-40% premium on annoucement, thus the $13 value.