You people need to get a grip on life.
The second this bloated pig fails to sell less than 10,000,000 donuts per second, there will be no bottom. To reach fair value here, you need only to erase the first digit.
Give it up already.
You've been spewing the
same old crap for the past couple of months. Where has
it gotten you? From the 80-90 range to the
Now your headed for the 40's and you still pump this
inflated lard ball like it is going to make you back all
the money you lost shorting it.
have played it both ways.
Either sell what you
have, cut your losses, and get out, or try to get some
Your not the captain, no need to go
down with the ship.
Funny thing is, they supposedly opened 2-3 stores
in the last couple of days, yet I haven't seen so
much as one press release.
This pig needs hype to
prevent it from being slaughtered, and Charlies b/s just
won't cut it. Too bad it couldn't rally
Charlie, nobody needs you to post your
It is quite obvious judging from your posts.
example, from the 60's to the 100's you couldn't stop
telling us how overvalued this was, and that you were in
awe to see a bloated donut company get so
From the 100's to now you pump it non-stop.
us institutions are buying/won't sell, too many
shares short, management, splits, etc.
nothing wrong with playing it both ways, but you seem to
be a bit confused. You see, the object of the game
is to buy it on the way up, and short it on the way
You apparently have it ass-backwards.
to tell us your trades charlie, personally I'm very
comfortable with my hypothesis.
It goes down 99 out of 100 days, then one day
there is a little short covering on a paltry 68k shares
and everybody starts jumping up and down. I hope
everyone is still jumping when it reverts back to the
Glad to see someone make a profit.
many others are too blinded by sugar to realize their
profits (if there are any left) will soon be
Techs at a fraction of KREM's P/E are still getting
hammered. Why would anyone want to hold onto a bloated
donut at a higher price and slower growth?
In that case, I think he deserves many
60 looks like a good short-term target.
donut of old didn't seem to care if the market was up
or down, it would climb anyway.
Now it doesn't
seem to care up or down, it falls anyway. As the hype
goes, so goes the price. Classic pump and dump. Wonder
what price the insiders will get to sell at?
In regard to the last question: Yes, although for
the life of me I cannot understand
Charlie fails to comprehend that this is a pump and dump
stock that can only survive on hype. There is very
little in the way of fundementals here to substantiate
Once the hype is gone, the price is
I guess he thought he could play the greater fool
theory to recoup some money. Only problem is, we are
very quickly running out of fools.
probably explains why he seems a bit testy. It must really
suck to eat it both ways.
Better stick to donut eating.
It's kind of
ironic that most KREM shareholders bought it because of
the fond memories it brings of eating donuts as a
When it's trading back at it's ipo price (21) you can
relive all the fond memories of when you had money.
They flat out refused to answer many simple
straight forward questions. Giving answers like "we don't
want to comment on that" and "we would rather not
disclose that information".
If I owned a 95 P/E donut stock I'd want some
answers (BEFORE a sudden plunge that is).