The thing about "talking a good game" is that it only gets you so far for so long. This "game" has been going on so long that it's bordering on the ridiculous. ENOUGH ALREADY! Whoever is running the YOUNGEVITY show needs to step aside and let someone else light a fire under all of this.
"The high level of analyzing required for this company"? Are you freaking serious? It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out this load of kaka known as Youngevity. It can barely muster itself up to 20 cents a share these days. For like a year it was struggling to even hold on to or near 30 cents a share. Sorry, but it's moving in the WRONG direction, and has been for years. We all have to digest the seemingly unending hyperbole given at the quarterly conference reports, but we don't have to buy into it. Proof, as they say, is in the pudding. There is little, if ANYTHING, here that could be analyzed as anything BUT abysmal. Myself, like many of you here, is holding on to my shares not because I want to, but because I have to unless I want to just accept a huge loss and move on. I'm hoping that some miracle will happen and this company will start moving in the right direction. That being said, I have absolutely zero reason to see this happening anytime soon. If any of you do, by all means enlighten me.
Could be a "once a bust ALWAYS a bust" scenario.
I will not give them the satisfaction of selling my shares at a fraction of what I paid for them. I've already written it off as a $40,000 loss --- I'll survive. On the other hand, maybe one day I will wake up and suddenly the price is soaring. The problem is, even if/when that may happen, many investors will bail and sell the minute they can get close to what they invested back and just put this sorry company in the rear view mirror as a bad dream. I just don't see this stock going anywhere like say an AMWAY (currently at $14.98 a share) or Herbalife (Currently $69.36 a share). Heck, I'd be happy if we could get to $1, but somehow I just don't see this happening
That is absolutely what they are, and don't think I, and others, have not laid the groundwork for initiating investigations into what resorts to something no better than a ponzi scheme.
Oh save it you HealthNUT! What do you think we are --- a bunch of MORONS! "Billion Dollar Company" my lilly white #$%$!!! Your post is nothing but hyperbole designed to suck more people into lining anyone and everyone's pockets BUT the share holders. We've been given the same "acquisition-based, internal growth" BS for years. The proof is in the pudding. Even the JAMN stock consistently outperforms. This company, just STAYING a coffee company and running with the JavaFit brand would have made far more sense. This company lost focus years ago, and basically just got greedy rather than taking a clever product line (JavaFit), growing it, THEN spinning off other products. This Cart-Before-Horse style of management is amateur stuff that anyone with half a brain can see is clearly going nowhere. 22 cents a share today...after HOW MANY YEARS of feeding your investors the same crock of bull? Shame...Shame...Shame. This company is seemingly run by novices, with no clue how to even get the stock to 50 cents...much less a dollar...and this HealthNut has the utter gall to even utter the words "Billion Dollar Company"?????
Just shoot me now. This is pathetic and painful to watch. What a hideous POS this stock is. Shame on the people running the show here. I'm disgusted.