You sure are the active fitX pumper, aren't you!
Funny how the other day you were PUMPING VPOR with some outlandish price target while you were SELLING your VPOR shares. What's up with that?
P.S. when will you be posting under another "name"???
"You realize the early IPO buyers have a very short vesting period. that means they can't sell their shares for a certain period of time. That period of time is almost up, and when it comes, this thinng is going to plummett (sic)"
Then who were you referring to when you posted the following?:
"And the guys who paid 40 cents for the stock and sold it to you for 50 dollars"
"organic tuna"? I know, you're being facetious. The Middlebury, VT food coop sells "organic maple syrup" what's up with that?
BTW, it's Cramer...drop the second "m".
Good luck with your position.
"I shop a lot at these stores, from Los Angeles to San Diego...".
"My experience is these attitudes tend to come from the top down."
So how have your experiences been at all the other stores that you "shop a lot at"? I'm guessing they have been favorable; otherwise, why would you shop there? This post reminds me of another post several months ago--not sure if that one was written by you. From memory (which may be wrong!) that poster stated the only reason they shopped at WFM was that WFM was the only store available to him/her that sold particular items the poster liked to consume. That's a WIN by itself for WFM.
As far as the Del Mar store, why not send an email to the home office?
"Guess no one believes in this co. long term/willing to hold."
Of course, they never mention the above when they were long; it was all about the HUGE potential and then all of a sudden the pumpers rush to the exits!
I always write "all else being equal" when discussing the impact of the div on the share price on ex day.
Dare I suggest CVX would have been higher by 1.07 today, if it wasn't ex. Makes sense, since "all else being equal", CVX is worth 1.07 less than yesterday. Of course, this is all moot for me, since I'm a long term holder who reinvests the dividends.
You're out (or is it "your") even though you pumped, I mean posted the following on another weed board a few hours BEFORE you dumped.
Vpor to .005
by mjstockshark • Feb 11, 2015 11:17 AM Flag
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Let me guess: you're a millennial?
Why not engage in constructive dialogue? Why do you get defensive when I challenge your "thinking"
SHAK is NOT comparable to MCD. That is my opinion. I already stated two reasons.
Why do you think they are comparable?
Excellent strategy; instead of answering WHY you are (IMO wrongfully) comparing MCD with SHAK, you resort to a juvenile tactic; excellent!
P.S. nothing to do with Asia, rather my college fraternity; some get it, you don't and that's okay.
I know the investing thing can be frustrating, but don't worry, after you have a few years of experience, you may gain some wisdom.
I'm not clear why you are comparing SHAK to MCD; very different "customer experience" and dare I say customers!
And remember, sometimes the market can remain "irrational" a lot longer than one can hold a short!
"park concession stand " Say what?
Does MCD sell (rather high margin) beer and wine?
Yes, SHAK's share price appears a bit frothy, but I'd say 47 - 5 bucks is out of the question.
P.S. NO ONE who paid 40 cents per share has sold shares at 50.
"I am perfectly happy to sit back and not second guess each and every decision like some (who have no equity) seem to enjoy doing."
I am as well.
I occasionally look at one mutual fund message board and countless people who are long the fund question the manager's stock picks; IMO, that too is silly.
Shares sure are turning over frequently. Recent volume relative to total outstanding is curious. Looks like musical chairs to me.
1/30 short interest was pretty much unchanged from 1/15, but short interest is more than half of what it was 10/31. Heck, a year ago, short interest was 3 times than 1/30!
Of course, all else being equal, the share price is adjusted down the amount of the div on ex date. It's a wash, unless you like to buy right before the div so that you will have to pay taxes on that div rather than buy at the lower price on ex date.