You may have not noticed, from the 1st quarter report, SODA has "$94 million in "CASH" and "NO DEBT".
This makes SODA an ideal take-over candidate.
Well, here we are just days away from the season of Summer. Days will get hotter and consumers will seeks cooler refreshment. So many choices... juices, teas, coffees, wine, beer. Consumer companies have spent large amount of time and money readying the anticipated buying frenzy. Wait a minute: Just what companies have worked out the best plans? opps...uncertainty in the consumer sector. ( Not particularly helped by the uncertainty in Washington and with those darn terrorists) So, here we are folks...just where will KO, PEP, DPS, fit in. Should investors stay with the Titans of the sector? Or go with that little guy whose shares more than tripled this year? So many Goliath's and one little David...( funny, isn't that a story from Israel?) Watch this space. Yup, the market is now open.
I am surprised the share price has not bounced some after the earnings. I thought it would bounce to about $55 or so.
Any theories for why this stock isn't holding up on an otherwise up day?
Assuming 2017 earnings estimate of $2.58, the stock should trade around $57/share. That's assuming a conservative P/E of 22 for such high growth. With consistent +30% growth, a 24-26x multiple is reasonable (see comps or other similar company with such growth as benchmark). If the company grows at 30-35% clip, 2017 earnings would be revised to $2.68 or $2.78 respectively. So the stock should trade around high $50's to mid-$60's given higher earnings beat and higher accorded P/E due to expansion of multiple. Management has traditionally guided conservatively, so a good beat may be in the cards.
Blow out quarter. SODA beats big on earnings and revenues.
this is going much higher this year....could easily do $3.00 this year and put over $100m in the bank which is incredible....they guided 2nd qtr will be up 11% in revenues, if you add 1st qtr + 2nd qtr (which they will beat) and what they did in the 3rd and 4th qtr last year their guidance assumes no growth in sales at all in the last half of this year....by the way they said some thing about 1000 Walmarts....LOL at their guidance....can you say lowball
thanks for letting us know that you've closed out your technicals driven positioning...now get lost
Very Very positive earnings report for $SODA. Traders have this one wrong. Strong Hold.
What a wonderful opportunity to add 500 shares to my position.
I added to my Soda position on the dip after earnings. Looking forward to a hot summer!
is the whole idea behind this company based on products that turn regular beverages into fizzy beverages? why should anyone be long on that?
it will be in positive ground by end of today
trading down due to to full year guidance of 510MM vs. 512MM by analysts. Also, revs for Q2 are guiding for 128MM vs. 128.7MM by analysts
I just don't get it. i'll stop investing in Wall Street. Everything is crooked .
Soda has always been manipulated. Big boys always win. It will reverse in the coming days and weeks.
What you can't see can hurt you - and the planet. Consumers have to wake up and say no to plastic water and soda bottles ... they have begun to do so and will continue to grow in numbers with SODA. http://www.bbc.com/news/world-australia-39931042
Remote island has 'world's worst' plastic rubbish density - BBC News
The uninhabited Pacific island is littered with 37.7 million pieces of plastic debris, scientists say.
Waiting for the comments after earnings asking why it dropped. The positive news is baking in now.
It would appear that a number of holders were NOT impressed...so they have sold at 10% off.
SODA The trend is your friend but right here at 54.77 is where I started closing over 90% of my long held position after I told you LONG AGO where I covered the short near the bottom. Granted the position was not big, only 1k shares but the stock of SODA has reached a monthly 5 yr. zone of some price targes and noise, hence the sale and moving on to better opportunistic pastures.