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therealguzz 240 posts  |  Last Activity: Oct 29, 2014 3:12 PM Member since: Sep 14, 2011
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    by medisco Oct 28, 2014 3:42 PM
    therealguzz therealguzz Oct 29, 2014 3:12 PM Flag

    Director Karn is down about 20 cents a share right now

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Oct 28, 2014 2:23 PM Flag

    Amazing how these downgrades just randomly pop up these days. When the stock was near $20 , you would never see a downgrade, these analyst love to kick BTU down when its near its lows. But they still seem to love Gopro

  • They say black and browns aren't coming out to c
    Vote like they did for Obama

  • therealguzz therealguzz Oct 10, 2014 11:49 AM Flag

    Don't get so excited to recover lost money from lawsuit. I looked into it and it's a long process that can bring you 5 to 10 cents in the dollar after many years. Right now they have a lead law firm, this firm is used to cases that collect billions, this case isn't so big. They serve fairway and fairway responds and denies allegations then the attorneys serve them again and fairway has a few months to answer. The judge will then decide if the attorneys have a case. If the judge decides to go to trial fairway has to expose themselves . The main thing the attorneys look at is Fairways insurance policies. If the attorneys feel that they can get enough money via insurance then they pursue the case. The attorney's bill and continue billing throughout the process and they get paid most of the recovery to cover their payments for their work. Eventually whatever is left over is split between shareholders. If you lost $100k expect a check for $987 dollars. Attorneys aren't superheroes nor do they care that fairway executives screwed over shareholders they simply see the job as an opportunity to make money for their firm. Nobody goes to jail , and Fairway management laughs at us the investors

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Oct 9, 2014 1:31 PM Flag

    Did anyone else notice a spike upwards from $10.15 to $10.60? It happened in less then 2 mins

  • Article on Bloomberg stating that Fairway paid its board members more millions than Apple , Google and AT&T combined. This company is run and operated by pigs and thieves.
    It's obvious that the only reason they went public was to pocket as much money as possible.
    At this point I only hope and pray that everybody involved is put in prison for a long time
    The new CEO seemed strong but If you are expecting the new CEO to turn things around , look at how much they are paying him in salary and stock and moving expenses. He's 65 and his contract ends in 2016
    They fooled investors with a plan to open 300 locations and they can't even get to store #16
    What's a billion in sales if you are losing every quarter ? And paying everybody in cooperate millions to come, millions to leave . There is no strategy here.

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Oct 9, 2014 11:08 AM Flag

    It really doesn't matter anymore hedge funds and Gold,an want to take Coal down
    And everyday seems to be a new low
    Yesterday was probably a bounce in a short squeeze

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Oct 9, 2014 10:01 AM Flag

    This stock is treated like it caused EBOLA while GPRO is treated like it has the cure for Ebola

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    The death blos for coal!

    by ayscuew Oct 7, 2014 5:53 PM
    therealguzz therealguzz Oct 7, 2014 6:27 PM Flag

    Buffet backed Hillary in 2008 and she lost by a landslide
    Warren is a beast with business but he always has an agenda-remember the NCAA bracket contest last year where he offered $$ for the perfect bracket. Odds were a trillion to one and he was insured

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Oct 7, 2014 3:56 PM Flag

    Analyst threw the entire coal industry under the bus, and really kicked the coal sticks harder when they were at their lows. But what happens to the analyst who just 5 weeks ago said GTAT would soar to $23 and people bought ? Yesterday GTAT was .75 cents. These analyst manipulate stocks and brokers love them because they make money when you buy and sell. But shouldn't the analyst who was so wrong be held accountable??

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Oct 3, 2014 12:37 PM Flag

    Hey its a bad market day today. right?

  • We had a great shopping experience yesterday. We noticed a great selection at great prices. We noticed the store carried a wide variety of organic and healthy brands as well as brands found at most supermarkets. There is outdoor seating on the water if you want to eat there and a water taxi that goes to IKEA and Wall Street. The check out lines were packed but the lines moved. The staff was helpful, and super friendly, actually the most friendly at any market I have ever been too. Red Hook in Brooklyn is on the rise. It's a very cool neighborhood I can see why Fairway chose to be there

    Sentiment: Hold

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Sep 24, 2014 9:38 AM Flag

    Cnbc show Fast Money reports that Peabody guided better numbers , one of the shows stock pickets says he would avoid the space, and this makes news ?
    They just want to take btu down
    Just 2 weeks ago a guy on CNBC said expect a pop from btu
    These guys contridrict every other week

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Sep 24, 2014 7:49 AM Flag

    During BTU's drop over the past few months GPRO has jumped $50
    I have a go pro camera , it's a little camera that looks like a toy
    The market loves go pro and hates btu

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Sep 22, 2014 6:30 PM Flag

    I couldn't handle MCP and sold out at $3.50 , I'm shocked to see what's going on here
    That analyst that called it the stock pick of the year should be investigated, the guy reiterated a few months ago
    this is awful, its been a bull market for most except MCP shareholders

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Sep 22, 2014 2:58 PM Flag

    or 25%
    Not good!

  • Reply to

    Is BTU a buy now!

    by cardboy11 Sep 22, 2014 2:12 PM
    therealguzz therealguzz Sep 22, 2014 2:28 PM Flag

    Right, according to GS BTU is a buy .

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Sep 19, 2014 1:18 PM Flag

    Fairway brought in a guy who knows how to make $$
    In addition to selling his chain to Whole Foods.
    He is a partner in McCown Deleeuw & Co
    McCown De Leeuw & Co. (MDC) is a private equity investment firm. With a mission to build companies that make a difference, MDC specializes in buying and building industry-leading middle-market companies in partnership with management. Since 1984, MDC has completed 38 platform investments.
    The following is a sample list of our portfolio investments:
    24 Hour Fitness
    Worldwide Health and Fitness Clubs
    San Ramon, CA
    ASC Network Corporation
    Freestanding Ambulatory Surgery Centers
    Newport Beach, CA
    BMC West Corporation
    Building Materials Distribution
    Boise, ID
    Coast Gas Industries
    Propane Gas Supply/Distribution
    Watsonville, CA
    The Company Store
    Down Bedding Products (Mail-Order)
    LaCrosse, WI
    On Stage Entertainment
    Outsourced Live Entertainment
    Las Vegas, NV
    Papa Gino's, Inc.
    Pizza / Submarine Sandwich Chain
    Dedham, MA
    Pelican Companies, Inc.
    Building Materials Distributor
    Conway, SC
    StoneMor Partners LP
    Cemeteries / Deathcare
    Bristol, PA
    Vans, Inc.
    Footwear Manufacturing, Retailing and Distribution
    Santa Fe Springs, CA

  • Looks like the market trusted Goldman more then it trusted Peabody?

  • therealguzz by therealguzz Sep 18, 2014 4:05 PM Flag

    Boyce reacted to our postings
    we need an upgrade now based on Peabodys news release

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