"Scotts Miracle-Gro Co. spent about $130 million to buy California’s General Hydroponics Inc."
That's just great; now getting back to grnh, a company with a market cap of around $6 million dollars....
Is GRNH trading below 5 whopping cents considered "Very Bullish!" as well???
Thanks for posting "news" that was "news" on May 13; more than a month ago!
"All the company needs to do is bring a complete and clinically tested drug to the market."
"i have more then 200k shares"
How can the above be close to being accurate?
amit1234510 • Jun 23, 2015 12:41 AM Flag
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he is great and bring lot of inputs.
I will add 700 K more at the open.
If you want to be taken as a credible person, try not to embellish.
"“I go there [Whole Foods] for things I can't buy elsewhere -- chocolate, a wonderful cheese selection, herbs and vegetables Kroger doesn't carry, a nice wine selection and baked goods that make me drool," said Jennie Phipps, who operates the Freelance Success website in Michigan. "They are all expensive. I hope my nearest Whole Foods isn't cheating me, but if it is, I won't go elsewhere. In my world, there really is no elsewhere.” "
One challenge WFM has is to get more of each shoppers food expenditures. As with the person in the above quote, I don't buy everything at WFM.
"It really is a marked up store for white collar shoppers, but this type of business has a place in the market. "
It is funny how some people get overly emotional when discussing WFM.
Just like grocery stores, but clearly with wider pricing, there's a range of places to selling cars.
All cars get you where you want to go, just as grocery stores sell food that can fill you up.
While WFM's prices are generally on the high side, it's all about consumer choices and where you want to spend your money.
Do WFM haters also disdain Audi dealerships as well?
Sure is FUN! to make things up, isn't it?
A simple perusal of the one day chart clearly shows volume was tepid the last few hours of today's trading.
I'm sorry, perhaps you were playing another game children play: "opposites"!
Another game longs are playing is "musical chairs"; it's all fun and games...until the music stops playing.
"You might not have gotten as good a deal on the apples as you thought."
Au contraire, since I never buy produce that is bagged and then offered for retail.
The produce that I buy, including apples, is weighed at the check out. My understanding that the weight "issue" WFM is facing is related to packaged goods all being sold as the same weight whereas some packages contain less than the stated amount.
Maybe semantics, but I rarely feel as if I got a "good deal" when shopping at WFM, but I do believe I get a decent value.
"Perhaps a stock split could add value to the PPS..."
Below quote is from Yahoo Finance home page article on the folly of a stock splits impact on a company's share price:
"What happens when a company split its stock is that price of a single share falls, but the value of the company doesn't change at all.
The company's price-to-earnings multiple (basically a measure of how many dollars investors pay for $1 of earnings) and other valuation measures don't change at all, the only thing that changes is how many shares exist in the market and how much you have to pay for one of them. "
Are you suggesting ppch should do a FORWARD OR REVERSE split?
I agree that "major investors seldom invest in penney stocks"; portfolio managers have a fiduciary duty!
Oh yeah...WELCOME! to posting on Yahoo Finance; I see you are new.
I hope you gain valuable insight from message boards.
I thought most pharmacies accepted unused prescriptions, but I was wrong.
A week or so ago, I went to my local CVS to drop off most of the oxycodone pills I had been prescribed, but was told they do not offer such a service. Instead, I was offered to buy a presumably preaddressed empty box for something like 3.95 to mail my unused prescription(s).
I passed and said I'd just toss the oxy into the trash. (How much do they go for on the street?)
"(CNN)The open-air drug markets of Baltimore are flush with new product this summer. The source, at least in part, is more than 30 pharmacies and clinics looted in riots following the death of Freddie Gray in police custody.
More than 175,000 doses of opiates and other prescription drugs were stolen and are now on the streets, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration. Enough Oxycodone, Suboxone, Morphine, Fentanyl and other drugs says the DEA to keep the city's drug users high for a year."
According to the Yahoo video, shares would have probably taken a (short term?) hit.
Alas, The Court upheld and shares are rallying a bit.
Correct; just adding to our previous discussion; thank you again for correcting my error re Mom's Chicken soup.
And yet another person new to posting on a Yahoo Finance message board...welcome aboard!
I imagine being "a former **** **** **** with WFM", you'll be able to add a lot to the mix.
I look forward to more enlightening posts.
Welcome! to posting on Yahoo Finance; I see you are new.
I hope you gain a lot by reading and participating.
Not sure what happened to my "seek help" post....are you suggesting that given what the particular poster wrote, she is NOT in need of help?
Hey! guess what? I bought some pesto chicken salad at WFM yesterday and it was "made right here" or in other words, it was made on site--perhaps a use of "dated" rotisserie chickens?
Have a delightful day!
"There was a large buyer claiming to be Carl Icahn "
IMO, JVA is too small a target for Icahn. Icahn is usually VERY VOCAL about his investments and yet, I wasn't able to find anything credible about Icahn & JVA; what say you?
Yes, I "proved" that JVA's short interest has increased, but the short interest is very low, representing approximately one day of volume. Primary ingredient for a short squeeze is a large level of short interest--something that JVA currently lacks.
On 5/29, there were 23,889 JVA shares short.
On 6/15, there were 35,381 shares short; presumably this figure had not been released when you wrote your post.
JVA's short interest is TINY.
Are you still "in the industry"?
"Price being manipulated down for a reason, once the big boys get in, just watch this bad boy run!"
Your suggestion that "big boys" are interested in a company with a market cap that is way LESS than a typical trade they make is ludicrous. Your statement has discredited all of your posts. Fear not youngster, with age, you may gain some wisdom. In the meantime, stop publicly humiliating yourself.