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  • Jeffjacobjames
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    Looking forward to see if $HLF will beat Wall Street expectations for the 30th quarter in a row! Shorts on Twitter sending out lots of crazy FUD as this legal MLM company continues to report strong earnings. Ackman is toast!
    17 Feb 2014, 05:56 PM Reply Like
  • Bouchart
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    Has Herbalife beat expectations 29 quarters in a row? Do you have a source for this?

     

    Assuming analysts are wrong 90% of the time, there is less than a 5% chance that Herbalife can beat expectations 29 times in a row.

     

    Does that strike anyone as odd?
    17 Feb 2014, 09:13 PM Reply Like
  • CrimeBustersNow
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    Not when you know the nature of pyramid/Ponzi schemes v. real business. BIG RED FLAG - SO is "DEBT FREE" business. PKI was a debt free Ponzi scheme.

     

    David Thornton
    Concerned Canadian Citizen: Simply doing what WE can to expose and eradicate fraud.
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    17 Feb 2014, 10:26 PM Reply Like
  • Akmanscam
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    It's not if they will beat, it is only a matter of by how much HLF will beat earnings by. I would love to be a fly on the wall in Ackman's office to see the look on his face and hear his comments w hen once again he gets his butt kicked.
    17 Feb 2014, 10:31 PM Reply Like
  • powershake
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    HLF spiked 4.77% After Hours on Friday!
    Stock buy back = leveraged recap = higher EPS

     

    Hard to find a growth company like HLF - especially, in this this economy.
    This is not Ichan's first rodeo!
    Short Squeeze happening now...
    17 Feb 2014, 06:36 PM Reply Like
  • Akmanscam
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    You are right. It is not Icahn's first rodeo, but it may very well be Ackman's last.
    17 Feb 2014, 10:30 PM Reply Like
  • montenegro
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    TEX is a strong buy. By 12/25/2014 the stock will be over $60.00.Just buy it and do not look back. from Victor Montenegro
    17 Feb 2014, 09:22 PM Reply Like
  • studatnu
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    The pre announcement is encouraging, I think we get something special tomorrow during the report
    17 Feb 2014, 09:26 PM Reply Like
  • Akmanscam
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    Currently trending on Twitter: "Will Ackman's losses on HLF exceed $1.5 billion in 2014"
    As Ackman continues to lose credibility and as HLF continues to grow, those losses could exceed $2 billion this year.
    17 Feb 2014, 10:21 PM Reply Like
  • Akmanscam
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    We could see Ackman throwin the towel tomorrow after HLF reports record earnings 30 quarters in a row.
    17 Feb 2014, 10:25 PM Reply Like
  • theKMM
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    PBPB may have a difficult earnings report due to the cold weather of the Midwest-long term though, I feel growth for the sandwich company is inevitable.
    17 Feb 2014, 10:33 PM Reply Like
  • CrimeBustersNow
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    These are some of the Red Flags of pyramid/Ponzi schemes.

     

    1) Consistent positive earning with little or no down-side
    2) Debt Free corporation
    3) Unreasonable secrecy such as not revealing contact info on distributors. i.e. What legitimate corporation refuses to list their distributors?
    a) Evasiveness, hostility and attacks on those attempting to question the operation.

     

    There are more but those were sufficient for my investigations to identify the schemes we ultimately drove out of "business" resulting in the arrests participants of two of these frauds. The other schemes we shut down authorities refused to bring to justice.

     

    There must be one tremendous outcry to move Canadian authorities to act on even the most obvious fraud.

     

    That’s the truth.... That's the reality. This idea as Madoff himself touted as a diversion, that fraudulent schemes could not possibly exist because of tight regulatory oversight is a dangerous fallacy. With individuals and families of regulators, police, politicians and the elite in communities, the very perpetrators of these fraudulent schemes, regulatory action is virtually non existence.

     

    That, we are confident we can prove in a court of law is what allows Herbalife to keep recruiting, and “putting up the numbers.” Any alternative answer is unnatural, defying commonsense.

     

    David Thornton
    Concerned Canadian Citizen: Simply doing what WE can to expose and eradicate fraud.
    18 Feb 2014, 01:59 AM Reply Like
  • CrimeBustersNow
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    The Herbalife M.O. is very simple: Through their “well-oiled” misleading and fraudulent…. “YOU Can Achieve Unlimited Income and Financial Freedom” “pitch,” witting and unwitting recruiters are able to confuse and confound enough greedy and/or gullible, financially sophisticated and financially unsophisticated new victims world-wide to keep generating sufficient cash flows to enable the Herbalife “corporation” to post extraordinary profits, quarter after quarter, YOY while over 97% of the victims are financial failures.

     

    Basic audits merely “add up” the proceeds of their international money-laundering activity then subtracts the cost of doing business (running the scheme) including paying all taxes due, and enters the difference. Again as the adage goes…… “Not Rocket Science.”

     

    What the “corporate” audit does not do, is audit the so called “distributor’s” (recruiters) individual “home based business” “profits” or loses, track retail sales, or probe whether the obvious “money transfer system” meets the definition of an illegal pyramid scheme.

     

    Not unlike the mafia collecting, by whatever means they wish to employ, the proceeds of illicit drugs, gambling and other illegal activity disguising and legitimizing it as something else, paying the “operating costs” and if smart, remitting the proper taxes. That results in a “clean audit” otherwise known as “money-laundering.”

     

    Provided the source of the proceeds is not questioned, and disguised... i.e. as, “profits from sales” to Joe’s Bar (in reality protection money-extortion) the audit itself is “clean” (laundered): Again, not “Rocket Science” or complicated accounting. Explained, it becomes obvious to any reasonably intelligent high school student.

     

    So much for the credibility of the audit and the credibility of the expected fantastic Herbalife Earning’s Report out today!

     

    Does this make it easy to comprehend how our CrimeBustersNow Organization was able to “take down” several of these unlawful schemes authorities actually claimed they were unable spot as illegal, when the president of the CBNow organization has only a grade 10 formal education???…… It is because that’s all that is required, that and some, as they say, “God given common sense”.

     

    David Thornton
    Concerned Canadian Citizen: Simply doing what WE can to expose and eradicate fraud.
    18 Feb 2014, 07:50 AM Reply Like
  • herbs4mike
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    @ CBN..... With as much time as you've put into HLF CBN, You Obviously have a paid agenda.
    18 Feb 2014, 01:47 PM Reply Like
  • Akmanscam
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    Agreed. CB has an agenda. If it was to eradicate fraud, then he should be after Ackman.
    2 Jul 2014, 07:26 AM Reply Like
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