Please note the quote marks around "my" post; I am not the author.
What is really weird is that you are so postive about the "free" front running "service", and yet, you only SPAM it on two boards; or do you use multiple monikers? One would think if the "free" front running text "service" was that great, you would be SPAMMING it on many boards...what's that? Oh, that's right, there are MANY very similar SPAM posts for the "free" text "service". Sure looks like a concerted SPAM effort.
I imagine you are a graduate of SU (SPAM UNIVERSITY). Didn't the intro course, SPAM 101 teach you that in order for a SPAM attact to be "successful", the SPAM must be read by many targets? Have you not noticed that the number of posters and posts on GRNH has dropped precipitously? Since there are so few posts, I would think your last SPAM post on this board, dated just one week ago, would not need to be refreshed so soon.
P.S. What did you do with aliostern (sp?)?
Did you pay off that "poster" for the GRNH turf?
Did you have a contract placed on its life?
Are you the SAME "poster"?
Again, if you are so satisfied with the "free" front running "service", why do you limit your altruistic posts to just two stock boards?
Were you only assigned to GRNH & ECOS? (YIKES!!! ECOS has a market cap of half a million dollars???)
GET BUSY and spread the word!
P.P.S. No room for emotions in this game.
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The number of JVA shares short are at a twelve month LOW!
3/15/13: 1,000,643 shares were short.
The number of shares short pretty much consistently DECLINED every reporting period (twice a month) and A/O 2/14/14, 530K were short.
Headline of "Diamond Foods rumoured to be considering sale of Kettle" is on Bloomberg (subscription) with link to story.
Google: "The Grocer Kettle" and voila!
Lots of consumer products and food companies are selling through AMZN. Hain Celestial has been for a year or two and now AMZN is one of their biggest selling outlets.
"tamrap" is a bot that hijacked another poster's post. I see this MO often; the bot takes a real post and reposts it making the bot appear to be real. Shorlty afterwards, the bot post SPAM, such as "Profited over $50k on..."
IMO, in order to have a real short squeeze, there would need to be much more KMI shares shorted, given the number of shares that are short and the average volume of KMI.
Thanks for confirming my position:
"For me, TJs is a good place to buy pre-fab frozen dinners, but not produce or seafood."
Note the word "not".
I'm assuming you meant Fidelity, right?
I'm unaware that Fidelity rates individual equities let along assigns price targets. Fido's website does have links to articles on stocks, but they are from third parties.
I challenge you to cut and paste what you have professed to have "read".
stumble, your sarcasm came across just fine. I hear you re issues of farm raised; maybe I drank the KoolAid, but my impression is that not all farm raised salmon is the same nor are the farming practices, hence why I buy at WFM. I like the wild version, but only when in season. As you noted, the real deal is not cheap. Heck, when I first bought farm raised salmon at WFM, it was around 5 or 6 bucks a pound...now it's something like 15.99/lb. Of course, a head of lettuce doesn't cost 25 cents anymore.
The TJs in my immediate area are not very large and do not offer as many products as my local WFM outlets do. For me, TJs is a good place to buy pre-fab frozen dinners, but not produce or seafood. It was a few years ago, but the FROZEN swordfish TJs offered was souced from ASIA--I live in Boston. Speaking of salmon, I only buy it from WFM (and not the previously frozen or frozen offerings).
You're suggesting GRNH's 119 million share float will be almost turned over in one day? Seems a tad aggressive, but if it happens, it will be fun to watch (who would be selling?)
On Jan 8, when GRNH traded between 50 cents to 1.20 and closed at 80 cents, 68.5 million shares changed hands.
"...is it possible that wall street is that far behind news?"
I hope not! The drought is a fluid (nice pun) situation. Unlike other crops like vegetables that are planted several times a year (get ready for a produce prices to escalate), nuts are harvested annually. Weather in one year has an impact that can affect that year's crop and possibly the next...while some farmers have planted new trees, others have removed some. This is a macro situation and it affects all buyers. DMND has a bit more headwinds, simply because they didn't play nice with their growers and the company lost some of its suppliers (If I were a grower, I probably would have abandoned DMND as well). This is why I wrote I am looking forward to hear management's comments during the next earnigs call. Heck, I was primarily attracted to DMND because of its ownership of the Kettle brand.
On another note, for fun, I have been watching some of the "weed" stocks. Even though most people were aware of Jan 1 and Colorado, a lot of the ultra micro cap stocks rallied in a huge way once the calendar flipped to 2014!
"have you ever had a good experience with something, maybe at a restaurant or at some retail store, and then shared that info with somebody and told them they should try that out?"
Of course. But I have never SPAMMED a message board MULTIPLE times. You are in bad company; as there are other "matthewm.rall"s out there posting almost IDENTICAL posts SPAMMING the "free" text service.
Coincidence? I think not.
Instead of posting the "address" for the "free" text service, why don't you simply post the symbol(s) of the stocks that are being front run (I mean promoted)?
Now back to the real topic at hand: interesting to see both GRNH's share price and its volume declining.
To learn more about the drought's impact on almonds, simply Googling "Almonds California Drought" will yield many hits.
Or...check out the Bloomberg article posted today, "Almond Drought Boodting India Sweets to Australian Farms", which can be found under Yahoo quote for HAIN. (Full disclosure: while my position in DMND is one of my smallest representing less than 1% of my holdings, HAIN is my largest individual equity holding)