What is this after hours trading..... Again after the closing, the stock goes up quite a lot. Are shares really changing owner?
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Establishing a firm base around the $60 level. $65 before earnings. $70 after earnings.
Does anyone know what had moved the stock this morning and why it appears to be correcting back at this time?
I have a feeling SODA will see a pullback now. What yall think? google awe-some_sto-cks - they offer pretty good trade alerrts. you dont have to trade their tickers but it definetly helps you recognize possible patterns for stocks you're trading.
I have a hunch that something could happen with Nestle.....it comes from the employment agreement the CEO signed and the new board member that was an executive with Nespresso....I don't think that hedge fund out of CHE would be in here doing nothing except getting a new board member
Yahoo always deletes my posts I do not know why. Anyway, does anybody have any earnings projections?
SODA Get out...strike first, ask market questions later, $45.00 more than possible if market keeps correcting. You can always revisit again...Protect Trade Capital above all else...Always!
not yet....but...preparing to buy more
Oops..down $1.50 at open..any bad news or just profit taking or stock market in general?
Are there any old timers from the old board around? Atty, Donald, congrats to those who stuck around through the dark days (years).
Huge European heatwave. Temperatures near 100 F in France, Spain, Italy, Central Europe are a bonus for SODA. People are buying like crazy.
It's called profit-taking, and playing with your head. Not paying attention to the typical Wall St. games and manipulations and will go to the beach instead, gratified by SODA's continued growth and market expansion and good results.
So do you think $60 is the limit? Soda was in the $70s almost $80 a few years ago. Chart seems like a perfect cup and handle getting ready for the handle to take off. Congrats Sodastream for being the most underrated disruptive business on the market.
Just finished going over the quarterly #s......everything was good...the only minor point was the amount of free cash flow of $10.8m...thought it would have been higher but they did put a lot more into inventories because of demand.....if you look at the last 4 qtrs. the machine sales are up (yoy) 23%, 22%, 34%, and 35% this qtr....this bodes very well for high margin CO2 down the road