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  • Green Mountain (GMCR) says its founder and chairman Robert Stiller and fellow director William Davis were forced to resign from the board today because of margin calls that required them to divest of millions of shares of their stock. GMCR calls these forced sales " disappointing" and "beyond the control of the company" and said it was in the best interest of shareholders for the two to "relinquish their leadership positions." Shares -4.3% AH.  [View news story]
    they are down 40 + % this is just a little consolidation, there is no direction, no one knows what the real situation with the margin calls are? It will take some time but GMCR will return and I think it will be up for sale....come on AMZN -sell coffee...
    May 8 06:13 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Green Mountain (GMCR) says its founder and chairman Robert Stiller and fellow director William Davis were forced to resign from the board today because of margin calls that required them to divest of millions of shares of their stock. GMCR calls these forced sales " disappointing" and "beyond the control of the company" and said it was in the best interest of shareholders for the two to "relinquish their leadership positions." Shares -4.3% AH.  [View news story]
    step 1. get rid of the shit- Stiller is no lonnger chariman and hopefully they will get him off the board as well...
    step 2. find a partner that will turn you around
    step 3. what are the strategic options?

    http://bit.ly/Jdo8WT
    May 8 06:00 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Green Mountain (GMCR) Chairman Robert Stiller is hit with a margin call following the plunge in the company's stock and forced to unload 5M shares. (Form 144)  [View news story]
    "The sale brings Stiller’s stake down to about 8.39 million shares, making him the fifth-largest holder, from 13.4 million as of March 27, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Stiller, who was chief executive officer of Green Mountain from 1981 until May 2007, has put about 12.5 million of his Green Mountain shares into margin accounts or pledged them as collateral for at least one loan, according to the company’s latest proxy statement. " They kicked him out.......good stuff finally....

    http://bloom.bg/KKFXeD
    May 8 05:39 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Green Mountain (GMCR) Chairman Robert Stiller is hit with a margin call following the plunge in the company's stock and forced to unload 5M shares. (Form 144)  [View news story]
    he made 66 million USD in February by selling 1 million shares = 66 USD/ share, crashed the stock price. Then came out with unbelievable second quarter results with exceptionally poor lack lustre guidance and now sells 5 million shares to pay 125.5 million USD margin call= 25.1 USD.. The stock price is going down some more. I wonder how many shares he has? Starbucks please buy GMCR and get rid of this poor example of a manager....
    May 8 09:05 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Wedbush isn't waiting for Facebook's (FB) IPO to start coverage with an Outperform and $44 PT, well above its $28-$35 IPO range. The firms says it expects Facebook to take share from both offline and online advertisers, and thinks it will make the expanded use of Facebook Credits (currently dependent on Zynga and a few other game developers) a 2012 priority. The PT is based on 22x Wedbush's FY15 (!) EPS estimate of $2.  [View news story]
    a valuation based on filings or is there a conflict lying somewhere- WEDBUSH kissing MZ arse.......are they even in on the deal?
    1. FB is a hype
    2. FB has falling revenues
    3. FB GM currently are loftly but also stagnating
    4. What about privacy
    5. FB is nothing else but a picture viewer like the name suggest and obviously is the worlds next big thing but can they truly monetize it profitably?
    I wonder what the lock up periods are for the underwriters?
    May 6 03:33 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) resumes trading down 33.1% AH after reporting weak revenue for FQ2 and lowering its guidance mark for full-year results.  [View news story]
    Well Einhorn, also settled a case against himself for insider trading...... BUT GMCR management is simply the most corrupt greedy..........less said the better.....
    May 2 04:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Green Mountain Coffee Roasters (GMCR) resumes trading down 33.1% AH after reporting weak revenue for FQ2 and lowering its guidance mark for full-year results.  [View news story]
    This company is simply unbelievable........
    May 2 04:30 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • ArcelorMittal Worthy Of Traders, Speculators, Or Investors [View article]
    price is =forward earnings * 12= 23 something USD, stock is undervalued, chart technique looks like it has hit its lows, forming a bottom. Bottom fishing, wait for the signal to buy. Then it will go up.
    Apr 24 07:15 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Facebook (FB) reports Q1 revenue of $1.06B (up from $731M a year ago) with monthly active users jumping to 901M (from 845M at Q4's end), according to its amended S-1. As for the Instagram acquisition, it paid $300M in cash and about 23M shares. Assuming $1B for a dollar amount, it means Facebook expects its stock to price at about $30 each.  [View news story]
    REVENUE OF 1 BILLION and a market cap of 100 billion....incredible....
    Apr 23 05:07 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Google (GOOG) M&A chief David Lawee bolsters speculation his company will make a bid for Pinterest by calling the white-hot bulletin board site "extraordinary," and capable of helping Google with what he calls "the most challenging problem" faced by the company: the discovery of video content. In spite of YouTube's phenomenal growth, its discovery mechanisms are viewed as a weak spot.  [View news story]
    Google needs to block FB from using youtube. There goes video from FB and leaves it as only a picture sharing website.
    Apr 23 09:14 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • ArcelorMittal Worthy Of Traders, Speculators, Or Investors [View article]
    What shareholder when 42 some % is held by the family....the company will survive it is in the best interest of the family and dividends will rise but it is not a buy currently.....
    Apr 23 05:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • ArcelorMittal Worthy Of Traders, Speculators, Or Investors [View article]
    TECHNICALLY- the stock is moving in 1 direction-down, taking a position now, if only for dividend is ok, but for profit is a no go. Only once the stock breaks through its resistence it will shoot to 16 Euros. The company is a dinaosaur on speed and in our current environment needs to loose a lot of weight if it wants to remain competitive.
    Apr 22 06:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL) -1.3% after Canaccord's Mike Walkley, a long-time bull, slashes his FQ3 iPhone sales estimate to 29.34M from 33.58M, and his FQ4 estimate to a mere 26.11M from 33.58M. Walkley, who is nonetheless raising his PT to $740, says recent checks indicate iPhone sales have "modestly declined in certain developed markets," and expects this trend to continue due to new Android launches, Verizon's LTE promos, and iPhone 5 anticipation. FQ2 results are due on Tuesday.  [View news story]
    wow, it looks like 555 Monday and then depending on results Tuesday 515, 485 before I buy....any which way not buying until results or 555.....
    Apr 20 03:10 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Apple (AAPL) -1.3% after Canaccord's Mike Walkley, a long-time bull, slashes his FQ3 iPhone sales estimate to 29.34M from 33.58M, and his FQ4 estimate to a mere 26.11M from 33.58M. Walkley, who is nonetheless raising his PT to $740, says recent checks indicate iPhone sales have "modestly declined in certain developed markets," and expects this trend to continue due to new Android launches, Verizon's LTE promos, and iPhone 5 anticipation. FQ2 results are due on Tuesday.  [View news story]
    My bets are still 555 USD before turning around......
    Apr 19 03:26 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • What Facebook thinks it's really worth: a bit less than some had expected. In negotiations to buy Instagram, the parties are said to have valued Facebook (FB) at ~$75B, although the IPO is still expected to come in at ~$100B. If it does, then FB really paid $1.23B for Instagram.  [View news story]
    It all depends on the lock up period for selling the shares...otherwise it does not matter as Instagram shareholders will sell on the IPO date for an exuberant amount.....
    Apr 18 05:31 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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