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  • The Billion-Dollar Noodle Shop [View article]
    NDLS rallied to $48 before earnings last week, then dropped back to the $42's after revenue reports. The company opened 9 of the 15 new stores during the last 10 days of the quarter so their report booked expenses without the revenue. Their next quarterly report should be really good! The good news for NDLS is the stock continues to trade in the $40's despite what some perceive as bearish news. NDLS is still very young and plenty room for growth. A good entry is between $41-$43. I just bought 900 shares today, IMO a good time to enter is now whether for swing trade or to hold long.
    Nov 12 12:21 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Exxon Mobil: Finally A Good Earnings Report [View article]
    finally some good news!
    Oct 31 04:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Coca-Cola: A Long-Term Growth Story [View article]
    ...bought 1000 shares yesterday at a great price! i plan on keeping KO in my portfolio as well, and i believe it is on many others' as well.
    Jul 17 08:06 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Coca-Cola (KO -1.5%) investors are "likely to demand more confidence around competition and obesity issues in KO's key markets" following the soft drink giant's Q2 revenue miss, even if weather and macro issues took a toll, says Goldman's Judy Hong, reiterating a Neutral. Total volume growth of 1% Y/Y, hurt by a 4% drop in Europe, was below Goldman's 3% forecast. Also, North American volumes (-1%) fell for the first time since Q1 '10. Eurasia & Africa was a strong point (+9%), as were still beverages (+4% exc. acquisitions, includes juices, teas, and water). Shares have bounced a little from their morning lows. [View news story]
    ...buying more KO today!
    Jul 17 09:20 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • New federal rules will limit the amount of fat, salt, and sugar in school lunches. Vending machines will be limited to 200 calories per item and 12-ounce drinks cannot exceed 60 calories which will cut out many products from soda companies (KO, PEP, DPS). [View news story]
    yes, perhaps in usa, but here in europe, coca cola is one of the only soft drinks available and the #1 choice, although most people here drink water and not drink nearly as much soda as usa. for example root beer (my favorite) is not even available here. specifically here in Italy. the only soda here are all KO-owned products. i think KO will hop on board for more healthy beverages when the time arises, which may be now and for that i believe KO is a good buy and i plan on buying more.
    Jun 27 07:57 AM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • New federal rules will limit the amount of fat, salt, and sugar in school lunches. Vending machines will be limited to 200 calories per item and 12-ounce drinks cannot exceed 60 calories which will cut out many products from soda companies (KO, PEP, DPS). [View news story]
    yes, perhaps in usa, but here in europe, coca cola is one of the only soft drinks available and the #1 choice, although most people here drink water and not drink nearly as much soda as usa. for example root beer (my favorite) is not even available here. specifically here in Italy. the only soda here are all KO-owned products. i think KO will hop on board for more healthy beverages when the time arises, which may be now and for that i believe KO is a good buy and i plan on buying more.
    Jun 27 07:57 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Joe Biden and other cabinet members are due to meet with law-enforcement leaders today to discuss gun policy after President Obama yesterday pledged to tighten control following the school massacre last week and put the Vice President in charge of an effort to formulate new laws. Proposals could include bans on the sale of assault weapons and compulsory background checks on gun buyers. SWHC and RGR are among the tickers on watch at the moment. [View news story]
    ...but that doesn't even make sense that it would be a gun control issue. the murderer didn't even buy the guns, his mom did and she passed all the requirements and would even if they made gun control tighter. what the kid DID do was take psych drugs (legal dope) and that is what triggered the murders. if obama really wanted to stop the murders they would add more tight control on legalized dope.
    Dec 20 04:06 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • In the wake of the recent school tragedy in Connecticut, California Treasurer Bill Lockyer is proposing that CalPERS and CalSTRS, the state's two public pension funds, divest themselves of gun makers. "I want BlackRock (BLK), I want Credit Suisse (CS), I want everyone else to know that we're going to use our economic leverage if it's up to me, and I hope other private investors will do the same thing," Lockyer says. "They (the gun-makers) ought to feel the economic consequences of their bad behavior." [View news story]
    Wow, the "gun" has been blamed, again.
    ...too bad they are not intelligent enough (or honest enough) to see or admit the real reason was not the gun, it was the psychotropic drugs the kid was on. And also in the Virginia Tech and drugs were the cause of the batman kook as well. Why the pharmaceutical industry is not being battered is beyond me. I personally am going to invest in Ruger and SWHC as soon as I can.
    Dec 19 11:44 PM | 7 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Investing In Dividend Growth Stocks: My Portfolio Of 25 [View article]
    I just wanted to say that as far as the tobacco stock Lorillard (LO), it is true that smoking cigs is going down due to health concerns, but many smokers are using the electric cigs (the water vapor "cigs") now and it is possible that will help offset it, and Lorillard offers them now, called the blue e-cigs. Here's an interesting article about tobacco stocks and this issue.
    http://bit.ly/UNvJPH
    Dec 19 03:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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