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post #61 of 110
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Originally Posted by mjoke View Post
not me.. its already at 5 10 yr levels.. econ is bad so they will do better, ppl wanna be cheap.
either way I hope you make out BIG time!!
post #62 of 110
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Originally Posted by OldFart View Post
either way I hope you make out BIG time!!
pffffft

ya sure the way my luck was last mth; and the mth before;

end up being a small drop in a big bucket.
post #63 of 110
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Originally Posted by mjoke View Post
pffffft

ya sure the way my luck was last mth; and the mth before;

end up being a small drop in a big bucket.
I think I've lost enough for the both of us...time SOMEONE made some money
Hope it's YOU!!!...for real
post #64 of 110



looking yummie..
post #65 of 110
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looking yummie..
not sure if you caught it, but this is icing on the cake
http://www.hotstockmarket.com/forums...postcount=9771
post #66 of 110
well would of been nice to see the screen shot GL on that..

Analysts, on average, expect Yum! Brands (NYSE:YUM) to report earnings of $0.52 on sales of $2.3 billion on April 14, 2010. For the full year, analysts expect the company to post EPS of $2.41. In the year-ago period, the company reported EPS of $0.48 on sales of $2.2 billion. In the previous quarter, the company reported EPS of $0.50, topping consensus estimates of $0.48.
post #67 of 110
hey mj get on the train woot woot and no excuses this time
post #68 of 110
hey hit! you need to post more man

woooo woooo ya i am..

sold for 92% gain.. .35 - .75
rebought at .65

wanted to stay out but earnings are too tempting.
Besides iceland i dont see too much negatives..
post #69 of 110
eh i might dump before earnings tomorrow..
hearing that with this, people usually dump the stock before earns.
post #70 of 110
how YUMMIE!

1% sales decline in US but reported 59 compared to 53 expected. 23$ growth excluding special items driven by 37% growth in china.

Expects full year EPS of atleast 10%

Reports Q1 revenue $2.35B vs. consensus of $2.26B .
post #71 of 110
You should be good then huh?
post #72 of 110
ya the decay shouldnt effect me much..
post #73 of 110
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Originally Posted by mjoke View Post
hey hit! you need to post more man

woooo woooo ya i am..

sold for 92% gain.. .35 - .75
rebought at .65

wanted to stay out but earnings are too tempting.
Besides iceland i dont see too much negatives..
i presume that you bought apr 42 call? 42.70 after hr, yep, it's in the money, it should be 70c + remaining time value = 1.xx, I'm guessing 1.20

nice job
post #74 of 110
41 aprils.. more like 1.70 or so.

ty been too long ..
post #75 of 110
Opened a position with them today. I'm going to hold it for an indeterminate amount of time. This is one of those equities I don't know a whole lot about in terms of a target price, I just know they've got great growth prospects going forward. I'll have a more intellectual sounding reason for purchasing it at another point.
post #76 of 110
China is embarking on major urbanization program to move millions of peasants from poor country side to cities. The program projected to move 300 millions people within 10 years, that is the size of US population. This major shift is to grow domestic demand (GDP) replacing export driven GDP, and freeing inefficient farm land for large scale commercial farming. Therefore in many cities visitor will see newly completed apartment with 80% vacant. I have the privilege to station in one of the inland city for over 2 years now. Within 1 year not only it is fully occupied, the new township are bursting with commercial activities. For the past few years building program was not fast enough to meet demand causing dramatic increase in housing price that now is being address by rising loan rate which will slow down private apartment project while government speed up public housing program.

In almost every city I travel, I see many KFC and Pizza Hut restaurants, these outlet are so popular that they are always full of people like those days when KFC started in US. KFC even introduce Chinese style breakfast as breakfast menu was a historical weak spot for YUM.

Looking at the financial statement of YUM, 1st 3 quarters 2010 revenue was reduce slightly due to closure of outlet in US, but the profit margin and net income were better than previous year. So YUM is doing the right thing, I am confident YUM will report surprises as Chinese demand will outstrip decline in US revenue as already shown in 2010 financial report.
post #77 of 110
ya YUM will beat.
post #78 of 110
Price was beaten down from Nov while index make new high due to perception caused by store closure. I am watching to enter, price pick up slightly today.
post #79 of 110

of course YUM beats.. had my eye on it but didnt pull the trigger.

up 18% same store sales in china... down 4% in the US

post #80 of 110

nice run lately

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