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A global network marketing company that sells weight management, nutritional supplement and personal care products.
do decembra 2015
I'm not sure how this stock is worth what it is selling for. Anything with a tiered marketing structure probably won't last. Taking on debt to buy stock while fundamentals are deteriorating isn't a good recipe either.On top of that, I think twice before betting against Bill Ackman. He is often contrarian, sometimes wrong, and always WAY early. But a some of the time he is still very right.
A confusing story, to say the least. Is this the bottom? Well, for play money it is.
21% dip, CFO bought at $55, now $44 Herbalife
bad publicity, people are starting to believe that it is a sham whether it is or isn't, I'm not qualified to say
It looks like a short squeeze could develop soon. 36.46% of float is short.
DC person's association bring a level of credibility. A definite buy at these rock bottom prices.
I believe Ackman, ponzi
Current price of $59/share versus a fair market value of $75/share. Very stable finances with a solid F-score, industry-trouncing earnings margins and awesome EBITDA growth of nearly 29%. The company has been able to secure its financing and has bounced back from a recent government audit late last quarter. If you think weight management is going away sometime soon, I advise you to look elsewhere. For value investors looking for a bargain with solid growth, Herbalife is a BUY.
Ackman is right - it's a pyramid scheme.
Herbalife is a pyramid scheme. This will be proven and the stock will crash and burn. But, it may take some time before it begins.
MLM - great way for the average household to make extra cash. Health and Nutrition products - more people are seeing the need for this every day. Herbalife have had 34 years to perfect their model and their products. No Brainer.
Because of the work culture of the company/s distributors
Cloudy weather will clear
Monkey says he likes it.
If it's an illegal pyramid of sorts, this stock is worth 0 bananas. If it's not, it's worth $120+ given it's exceptional cash flow. There are billions of dollars on each side of the debate, but Monkey's research says odds are 3:1 in favor of HLF being legit in all the ways that matter. So this is closer to roulette than it is to investing the honest American way (ha!) but the odds are way in your favor. Do you take the probabilities or do you sit on the sidelines? Monkey thinks within the next two years when the legal stuff has shaken out he'll be glad to have own a few option calls on this platypus of stocks.
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