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  • Has Carl Icahn's Herbalife Position Left Him Exposed? [View article]
    Herbalife will fall, matter of time.
    Oct 28 03:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Carl Icahn's Herbalife Position Left Him Exposed? [View article]
    Have to talk to them. Scam
    Oct 28 03:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Carl Icahn's Herbalife Position Left Him Exposed? [View article]
    I can wait until the SEC/FTC does due diligence on Herbalife. I will celebrate with the fall of Herbalife! Be nice to get some money back as well.
    Oct 28 03:10 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Carl Icahn's Herbalife Position Left Him Exposed? [View article]
    I guess jeffjacob has some of my money. It's a scam trust me or even call me.
    Oct 27 10:44 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Has Carl Icahn's Herbalife Position Left Him Exposed? [View article]
    Matt
    How do I register to get my money back once this goes to court?
    Oct 27 09:56 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Bill Ackman's Pershing Square says Herbalife (HLF +1.6%) "refuses" to release actual sales data, which violates a California injunction, and is requesting that regulators "promptly" initiate a probe of the company. Ackman says the release of the actual data collected by its distributors would "put to rest" whether it is or isn't a pyramid scheme. [View news story]
    Herbalife is a scam. Trust me.
    Jun 20 01:28 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Is the short thesis on Herbalife (HLF +4.8%) really "in tatters," as D.A. Davidson's Tim Ramey suggests (I, II)? The analyst debates the point head-to-head with Herb Greenberg on CNBC. Greenberg notes that the YTD rally in the shares in not evidence of anything other than the stock going up, suggesting that the move has little to do with underlying claims about the company's business model. Ramey counters by reminding Greenberg that analysts get paid to make calls on where stocks are going and so far this year, HLF is up 48%[View news story]
    Herbalife needs the investigation.
    Jun 16 02:01 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Charles Gasparino says that Third Point's Dan Loeb was apparently cracking jokes about Bill Ackman and his research behind Herbalife (HLF +1.8%) during a SALT 2013 presentation today. Loeb said the market essentially overreacted to the "Ack-attack" given cash flow and other metrics, and that Carl Icahn gave him confidence in taking a long position in the stock, which he has since gotten out of. [View news story]
    GNC and a good work out buddy is all you need my friend. Herbalife has zero ethics. Sell products to the one that brought you into this world,Please. If you are far enough into Herbalife you now no what is really going-you to have lost your ethics.
    May 9 11:25 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Charles Gasparino says that Third Point's Dan Loeb was apparently cracking jokes about Bill Ackman and his research behind Herbalife (HLF +1.8%) during a SALT 2013 presentation today. Loeb said the market essentially overreacted to the "Ack-attack" given cash flow and other metrics, and that Carl Icahn gave him confidence in taking a long position in the stock, which he has since gotten out of. [View news story]
    GNC and a good mentor is all anyone needs.
    May 9 11:25 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Herbalife (HLF) gains 1.2% premarket after Carl Icahn disclosed an upped stake in the company (from 15.9% to 16.5%). Bill Ackman speaks today at the Ira Sohn conference[View news story]
    For the big dogs to find out.
    May 9 01:03 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Herbalife's Ackman Charge And Earnings Review [View article]
    Perhaps GNC is a better way to go.
    Apr 30 06:43 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Herbalife's Ackman Charge And Earnings Review [View article]
    Yes, I'm enjoying my my crap sitting in the garage.
    Apr 30 06:42 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Herbalife (HLF +3.2%) was set to raise cash for a share buyback before KPMG resigned as auditor, according to comments made on the company's call. HLF, which has borrowed to repurchase shares in the past, says it "had no choice but to temporarily halt" a planned debt deal and now expects to "be more conservative regarding share repurchases." In the short-term, any buybacks will be "opportunistic" and will be funded by the company's "strong cash flow from operations," CFO John DeSimone says. As WSJ notes, "shareholders had been hoping the company would accelerate its share buybacks to fend off" Bill Ackman. (earnings call transcript[View news story]
    Corporate Greed.
    Apr 30 02:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Herbalife KPMG Affair Compelling Opportunity For Shareholders [View article]
    Perhaps a new accounting firm will have more ethics, and have HLF shut down.
    Apr 11 06:46 PM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • As the market clamors over finding the name of KPMG rogue auditor on the Herbalife (HLF -5%) account (he's purportedly been identified), the stock has taken a hit from another source, DA Davidson, who downgraded the shares mid-day on concerns that the company, through no fault of their own, could now be out of compliance with NYSE requirements. Davidson Analyst Tim Ramey says he expects the company to get a de-listing notice from the NYSE because of the withdrawn audit opinion, although he doubts it will be actually be de-listed. [View news story]
    Concur.
    Apr 9 09:14 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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