Argus upgrades Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) to Buy from Hold with a fresh price target...

Argus upgrades Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) to Buy from Hold with a fresh price target of $50. The firm cites favorable coffee market pricing and the company's improving operating margins in making its call. GMCR +2.0% premarket.

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  • Lordfraudmountain
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    Trend in margins for FraudMountain is downward. Has to be since they never wrote off prior expired beans in the "audited" 4th qtr. Anyone pay the past 6 months for a Vue? Nah, didn't think so. Argus was a nice research outfit in the early 80s. Now they represent the bucket shop boiler rooms of research, too bad they can't issue research for 1st Jersey Securities.
    15 Jan 2013, 08:52 AM Reply Like
  • markb
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    Actually bought a Vue for the office. Employees and clients love it. Coffee seems to taste better and is hotter than Keurig B60. I'll buy a Vue for my house when my B60 eventually breaks down, but its still going strong after 4 years. Idea of Vue is to have replacement machine as the old Keurigs die out, so if Vue sales are low now its not too worrisome.
    15 Jan 2013, 12:28 PM Reply Like
  • benitus
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    Don't know what is a Vue. Anyone care to enlighten an ignorant goat? I bought two more Keurigs over Christmas and loving them. Just found out that it can brew my favorite, Chrysantemum tea. One tea-spoon can brew four flavorful cups, which beats brewing in a pot, as the tea turns dark as it sits in the pot. Now, I can have a hot cup whenever I feel like it, without loss of flavor. Seems like the Vue is just as good. The only drawback about buying a Keurig in the past is the costly refills but now, it comes with a refillable filter, which was offered through Sam's Club. That allows me to brew tea, so I think sales of the Keurig will increase with the refillable filter.
    16 Jan 2013, 07:10 AM Reply Like
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