trying to get its head above water
and low single digit comps for 2014. Hope they keep up with the building program because the old stores aren't doing it for them.
Where is the earnings forecast for 2014?
the idiots are those who believed the #$%$ Obama was spewing about his health care plan and euphemistically calling it the Affordable Care Act. Obama is a BS artist supreme. your rates are typical to what is happening
Nancy Pelosi: we need to pass the bill to find out what's in it
and people still vote for these jackwagon liberal democrats
the pundits, analysts, and every other knowitall can cast all the future earnings projections they want. they'll bail in a new york minute if the next earnings report falls flat. buy and hold investing left the market years ago
over 50% of the electorate pays no net income taxes. they like santa claus politicians (liberals - your kind) who take off the backs of the taxpayers and redistribute. as Obama said to Joe the Plumber - I'm going to spread the wealth around
IOW, if you pay taxes, Obama is going to bend you over, sans the vaseline, and give the fruits of the laborers to his welfare queen base voter.
you'd rather the market go down? throw the tea party out so the market will go down?
why, of course, i'd rather Obama, Reid, and Pelosi continue their drunken deficit spending at the tune of over $1 trillion/year for each year Obama has been in office
my children's generation will be left paying for it
that, of course, is opinion
it's also a reality check for the goons who think nflx walks into the cable ceo's office and walks out with a deal to their liking
the nflx pumpers don't seem to get the fact that cable hates the bandwidth hogging by nflx users. so what's the logical condition for negotiation if nflx wants to get on their tv lineup?
line up, we're going to give you 90 days to transition your users that are non-cable customers (those hogging bandwidth on our internet connections) to become cable customers.
this will be more calamitous than the Reid Hastings' disaster from a couple years ago. the nflx that was supposed to be disruptive finds out it was never close to being so, goes to be with the goliaths, and loses all the customers that thought they had cut the cable cord
watch and learn
who eats burritos for breakfast?
or who, when having their cup of coffee, thinks i gotta have a burrito with this?
the speculation is similar to that for the slophouse concept. they talk about them for years while the concept never takes off
keeping stores open several more hours/day to offer breakfast burritos is going to result in decreasing margins
but this is what happens to maturing companies. and this one is selling as if it's still in its go-go days
cmg will offer breakfast at some point in the future.
breakfast burritos. yes, they'll be pounding down the door to get those. lol
this is what happens when you've plucked the low-hanging fruit, your market is getting saturated, and you're left with offering breakfast burritos for new income opportunities
and those were the same conditions (little float, institutional holders, etc) that were in place the last time it crashed
i was here for that one. i'll be here again. it's not if, it's when
you clowns were a dime a dozen during the dot.com bubble.
my stock is special. this time it's different. no competition. yada, yada, yada.
history repeats itself
it will here
maybe in the investment community and in some locations
the cmg's in areas i've observed have never had one of those lines out the door so many report seeing
and, imo, the number of customers cmg management says they serve/hr in some locations makes them flat out pinocchios. i think these guys are doing some book-cooking that will all come out in due time
it's obvious why they're doing that. they're trying to pad numbers and make and beat the street estimates for subs. this is one where you don't worry about averaging up on your short. the collapse will be as fiery as the hindenburg