Earnings will be $4.35 to $4.75 a share next year, excluding some items, the Los Angeles-based company said in a statement Tuesday. Analysts had estimated $5.18 on average, according to data compiled by Bloomberg.
Warning Letters. The FTC today also sent warning letters to 20 companies that advertise and sell dietary supplements online for weight loss, warning them that Commission staff has reviewed their weight-loss claims and that they could be misleading. The letters describe the type of scientific evidence needed before making weight-loss claims and also raise concerns over the websites’ use of consumer testimonials.
The letters detail potential penalties for violating the FTC Act, provide links to relevant business education information, and request that the companies review the claims on their sites, revise them if necessary, and notify the agency of the specific actions they have taken to change the ad claims. At this time, the FTC is not naming the companies that received the letters.
for 4.35 a share going to start buying more in the open market?
1. both have inventory loading programs
2. both push recruiting
3. both have reps making unlimited income claims
4. both have reps making false medical and weight loss claims
5 members at both make more for the more recruits they have under them aka pyramid
6. most members at both lose money, both have high percentage churn rates
7. both have the FTC on their backs
that lie and the one Johnson told on CNBC which was HLF had 90% sales outside the network, Johnson did later admit he was wrong on that lie though
oh yeah Ackman must be real worried about rumored SEC investigation, that's why he made another big presentation the other day connecting HLF to Vemma
some one in the cult tell HLF there are many ways to hedge against currency risk, miss flutie sounds like a broken record with her currency headwinds whining over and over and over
"that's what you call a pyramid scheme"
they just keep going up more each quarter.
HLF cash went up because they are slashing cap-ex and you think they will now restart the dividend you silly twit?
false income claims all the time, they have got away with it way to long already.
shutting down HLF
Gavin says that by now, "Herbalife management is so good at misleading and/ or keeping things from investors, they could teach a class on it.
says Ramey needs a reality check and talks about how he tried to reach out to probes reporter
with an updated letter he received from the Securities and Exchange Commission. Read the 14 page report about ongoing SEC, FTC, and DOJ invetigations