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About Weight Watchers International, Inc.

Weight Watchers International, Inc. is the world's leading provider of weight management services, operating globally through a network of Company-owned and franchise operations. Weight Watchers holds over 45,000 meetings each week where members receive group support and learn about healthy eating patterns, behavior modification and physical activity. WeightWatchers.com provides innovative, subscription weight management products over the Internet and is the leading Internet-based weight management provider in the world. In addition, Weight Watchers offers a wide range of products, publications and programs for those interested in weight loss and weight control.

 

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Wow that chart is impressive. According to my calculations, it's actually increasing at a faster rate than our waistlines.

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Originally Posted by HIHH View Post

Wow that chart is impressive. According to my calculations, it's actually increasing at a faster rate than our waistlines.



+1 for a nice one.

 

This thing keeps on going upwards. Mild selloff yesterday; seems undeterred today. Sold 2/3rds of my position; looking to pick up some LEAPS when this things comes down...only question is if it will come down at all...

 

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Nice price and volume action today. Watching for it being a potential shortterm bottom

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Originally Posted by aznaro8 View Post

Nice price and volume action today. Watching for it being a potential shortterm bottom

new year resolution play...could see a climb in coming weeks on registry increases
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new year resolution play...could see a climb in coming weeks on registry increases


Oh ya, I know a few girls from my work alone who are doing weight watchers as part of their new years resolution. Like the gym goers... I bet a chunk of them will be gone by February-March

 

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great day today. I totally missed the boat as I saw it was down on my way to work, by the time I got in it was blowin up already lol

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at key levels on the low side recently...today up and thru some minor resist we'll see where it closes...could have the momentum to get 70-75 in coming weeks if 63.50 or so holds up first ...if that cant sustain then maybe a fill in around 45


425
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might b good play tonite 4 earnings.......big move either way......plzzzzz

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Good time to accumulate.  Solid balance sheet.

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Good time to accumulate.  Solid balance sheet.

 

Great bump, I'm watching this one as well.

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got dinged again last friday!

 

This sh*t has been on an incredible slide in the past 2 years O_O

 

despite that it has a celebrity on board

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I just put in order for few hundred shares at $20.  Let's see if it drops that much.

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sell options, at least ull make money waiting

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i read that the walking meters was one of the big reasons why WW was lossing customers 

 

 

coz you, fat people will deffinty stay with that plan just like their weight diet

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has anyone compiled a chart based on earnings by Mcdonalds vs increase of obese people? i would like to see its correleation results
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Originally Posted by Norlan View Post

has anyone compiled a chart based on earnings by Mcdonalds vs increase of obese people? i would like to see its correleation results

:rotfl:

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has anyone compiled a chart based on earnings by Mcdonalds vs increase of obese people? i would like to see its correleation results


probably someone somewhere
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I don't think it is going anywhere in terms of bankruptcy anytime soon. Might be worth a revisit towards the end of the year
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1/22/13 around $60...now around $20...I guess this is what analysts call "overweight"..

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