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The Company develops, produces, markets, licenses and distributes premium beverages and related products.
If they weren't bought out by now, they will never be bought out.
Good candidate for a buyout with refreshing innovation on the bottling side. Its soda tastes great!!
Covestor Model Manager Joe Agresti bought JSDA in his China & India Covestor Model ( http://covestor.com/Joe-Agresti )
Been in this one since around $0.40 a share but I still think it has some room to run. The recent changes in management and the new deals with Target and Wal-Mart could leave it well poised to turn around -- losses are already narrowing. Also wouldn't be surprised to see them bought out given the depressed stock price and the cachet of their name and product.
http://www.madmoneyfund.blogspot.com/ see why , long term play
Jones Soda's new CEO made SoBe what it is today! He has the ability to make Jones Soda an in-house name!
Recent deal with Walmart - will bring risks of growing operation, but if company can meet scale, quality product will reach mass distribution.
I really want to like this stock, but I can't. I think they make a good product, I think eventually Jones will rise, possibly even get bought out. But I don't think the investor confidence is there for this stock (at least for now), and that's really the key for any stock to do well. However, last year indicated what this stock could do, and it's possible it will do it again, but not anytime soon, especially with the way it's been falling lately.
Severly oversold stock. Expect positive earnings surprises over the following few quarters.
Got potential and its unique blend of sodas.
Potential earnings surprise and great product lineup (24c, cola, etc.) going into the summer. Also, Gaba drinks have potential to be wildly popular - could be the "cool" thing to drink ala RedBull. Hoping for some announcement on production/distribution of Gaba drinks at next CC.
prouduct is showing up in stores plus pure cane sugar is way to go
Once it clears few hurdles of distribution and shows some efficiency in its operation......Jones will be house hold name.
Made with Cane Sugar - this stuff tastes good. A great alternative to America's favorite food group (HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP.)
Ever had a hunch? I did, right when I tasted this soda. I know the fundamentals don’t look great, but this is an example of a company that just has a great product. Panara carries them and Starbucks made a mistake by dropping them. I also noticed the other day that Target is carry this great soda now as well. I think the long term potential for this company is as sweet as their pure sugar cane soda.
Quality niche soda, stock has been beaten down recently. Change at the top should spark a recovery
Been in here before and now its time to get back on the horse...
I think long term they will gain some significant market share. They have several things going for them: slighty healthier choice, fountain deals with two pro sports teams, and 12oz. cans in addition to bottles. If they can overcome production hiccups, we should see it back up to $30 or more within five years. I own it.-ThugDragon
New CEO will take the company into the mainstream beverage market. Jones soda is now offering their products in cans as well as bottles and that will allow their product to reach shelves on major retailers such as Wal-Mart. Customers will prefer the taste of beverages made with real sugar instead of corn syrup. This stock should move up slowly over the next year or two and reach $14 -$15 in that time period as it recovers from its 52wk low in December 2007.
What can I say...I like their product (Jones Soda)
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