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More on Herbalife (HLF): Q4 beats on both earnings and revenue. For FY13, the company raises its...

More on Herbalife (HLF): Q4 beats on both earnings and revenue. For FY13, the company raises its earnings view to a range of $4.45 to $4.65 per share on sales growth of 12% to 14%. The Street is at $4.62 per share.

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  • Ddd71
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    All not relevant if they cannot show that they are not a pyramid scheme.
    19 Feb 2013, 05:38 PM Reply Like
  • Cestlavie
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    I always thought Exxon was a pyramid scheme more than an MLM. If the janitor decides he wants to be the CEO of Exxon what chance does he have. In an MLM anyone can go to the top that wants to work their butt off.
    19 Feb 2013, 06:42 PM Reply Like
  • raw54bmw
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    And every bit of product sold consumed!
    20 Feb 2013, 01:29 AM Reply Like
  • HLF24
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    we are so not part of any pyramid - read the numbers and start logic behind - we are distributors who eat the products because we know what they do for us. We do give customers the chance to become distributors after a while - not to have a need to call or wait for us distributors so they can shop online themselves - like people are all over the world used to do.
    Whatever someone thinks - we just getting started and the long open countries are growing and growing while new countries are not booming as the old wait and see and get the proof that the products do work and business will boom long-term.
    The Ackermann short is against millions of distributors, customers and employees who are more focused and happy then ever before.
    So enjoy your shorts before you better say goodbye to them once you can't no longer afford them :-)
    Sorry for the (good)bad news.
    All the best in health and wealth my dear Seeking friend.....
    20 Feb 2013, 01:29 AM Reply Like
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