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  • 8 Potential Takeover Targets With Strong Price Momentum [View article]
    No doubt why your name is monkey when you irresponsibly post GMCR as a legitimate takeover candidate. Insiders have been selling the banana peel off GMCR so having trouble connecting the dots to "insider" monkey. We are supposed to believe that SBUX is going to acquire a company under SEC investigation that already restated 3 years in Dec 2010. One would think that the insiders would be locked up from ANY trading if they were in fact in ANY discussions that involved a takeover but Michelle Stacy struck again with another sale just recently. Please research before posting a list.
    Mar 22, 2011. 08:05 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    It is hardly low-cost financing Dominic and was obtained using false information. The SEC was brought in by an insider telling them what is going on. That is all you need to know. The company said the SEC would be gone in 2010. This is far from over with them.
    Mar 20, 2011. 01:49 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    2 cents is what you will have if you continue to hold this company. For a real life example check WORLDCOM
    Mar 20, 2011. 01:46 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    It is going to split alright, but without issuing new shares
    Mar 20, 2011. 01:45 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    Excellent post silkman
    Mar 20, 2011. 01:44 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    stampqueen, 1st chapter is the only part of your post that is correct. The 2nd chapter is called "overpriced", chapter 3 is "another restatment that is material". chapter 4 is "insider trading exposed" and chapter 5 is "conclusion - $10 stock".

    And to answer your last sentence....anyone who thinks this coffee cup company is worth 100x "earnings" is dumb so Chapter 6 "if the shoe fits"
    Mar 20, 2011. 01:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    Nerdman,
    You do the math dude. You claim to have beat the S&P by 3 % is what has to do with the S&P being flat for 10 years. Take 0% + your 3% gain and you get 3% annual return crap for brains.

    Think before your little fingers do the talking. The reason you are full of S*** is "people like you".

    Go spend the fantasy $40k you claim on Thursday on your avatar girlfriend.
    Mar 20, 2011. 01:38 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    So you made 3% over the last 15 years total because the S&P is about flat over the last 10 so my guess is you made that up to sound smart while sounding dumb at the same time. Sure you did.

    $200k profite in GMCR in last 2 years......let's see now 41% gain in 1 day so you made nearly $100k of that yesterday. If so, what the heck would you be doing on SA board spouting all this BS if you pocketed a buck yesterday. Sure you did.

    Not telling you what to do.......but in case you feel up to it......bend over and kiss your behind good bye.
    Mar 11, 2011. 07:10 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    Why go spend 100-200 dollars when you can probably find one at Wal Mart for $9.95. This is not technology folks as some would have you believe. How much value did Sears get from their coffee machines?
    Mar 11, 2011. 06:23 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    Ummmmmmm what is deluding? and how do I do it to myself?
    Mar 11, 2011. 06:18 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    Now there are a couple EXCELLENT points. The patent on k-cups dies next year and then so will SBux deal for GMCR. Ask yourself why Keurig President Michelle Stacy has been selling as fast as she can for the last year.
    Mar 11, 2011. 06:17 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    So you would rather listen to someone who front runs his advice? I never understand why people want advice from those who have a vested interest in being right. Call the CEO of any company who has an ownership position and all you will hear is how great their money losing company is.
    Mar 11, 2011. 06:15 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    REVOLUTIONARY BREWING SYSTEM???? Is this the creation of the light bulb? The patent runs out next year. The problem here is they cheated at what they were doing and then by accident ended up with something worthwhile.....not revolutionary. They would be an ok little coffee company with a nice retirement BUT they cheated along the way not expecting to actually hit a home run. They tried to cover up insider selling with a late 10b-5-1 filing and tried to soften the SEC with an immaterial write down on 3 years of cheating. BUT in the end they are going to lose it all (at least the people who brought you GMCR). The investors will take a good sized hair cut when all the dust settles which is the reason for all the class action lawsuits in place already.
    Mar 11, 2011. 06:13 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    coolerdude.....what credentials do you have for posting your advice online and getting away with it? Go back to not posting.
    Mar 11, 2011. 06:06 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • A Nasty Week and a Highly Caffeinated Short [View article]
    WTF, "people who go long on stocks are investing capital in a business"????? Not sure what cooler you are sipping from coolerman but only the IPO funds and secondary offerings invest in the COMPANY. As a perfect example take the number of shares GMCR has issued and divide by the cash on hand. The capital invested into GMCR has turned into paper money because it isn't in the company any longer.
    For a company that claims to make so much money try finding it on the balance sheet. No wonder the SEC is investigating this bunch. Keurig, the supposed great savior of this thing, leader is Michelle Stacy who can't sell her shares fast enough. SHE is the one benefitting from the longs because they are buying HER shares. She found out on September 20, 2010 that the SEC was opening an investigation so she sold the very next day and 7 days before the public got to find out.
    Greed is the root of all evil and in the end will doom GMCR. No matter how many Kcups get sold or SBux deals get done......the cheating along the way is going to catch up to them. They already tried slapping their own wrist with a 3 year restatement hoping the SEC would fold up and go away. But this time they didn't. This story is long from over.
    Mar 11, 2011. 06:04 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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