+ Watch SODA
on My Watchlist
I wouldn't pay more than $21 for this so doubt it will bottom above that. Bad Q/Q numbers will hurt in the short term and indicate that the bottom could well be lower than my number.
Never been a soda drinker, so I guess my opinion is sort of slanted. I just have a gut feeling that this is a business that can't sustain itself for much longer.
Not moving for a partner after the KO deal with (the other guys) gave me strong signal they feel they have a strong position in the market with new technology. Five year prediction: +85.00. This year will be critical with the strife in Gaza.
Great idea especially on trips. stock could go lower - nibble here
Pessimism overblown. A nice razor/blade business with a huge install base as moat. US sales are concerning but you are not paying too much (P/E=15) for growth. Company projecting 20% of that, even with US holiday fail.
At first I was just picking this stock to outperform to keep it on my radar; however, now I feel that the market is over-selling this stock on no new news.Therefore, I pulled the trigger and purchased some shares in MRLP the other day. I was down again since that purchase, so I bought some more.I am not sure that this will ever be a $1B market cap company, but it seems to be a bit cheap right now, especially with Starbucks trying to jump on the fizzy bandwagon (gives relevance to the industry as a whole in my opinion).
Growth stock for value price.
This company/product has FAD written all over it. Yes, it is a useful product and can be economical for making carbonated water, but in the end, it is not going to change the world. I think by now, anyone who is interested in a sodastream product has one, and may even use it occasionally. But the interest in SodaStream products is waning, so I think a buy of this stock is only for the most foolish of fools.
Sales of home soda systems must improve dramatically before we see some real price appreciation.
channel moving up finally
Has some growing pains, but should expand the market for home CO2 beverages.
A major player will be investing heavily in SODA within the year.
finviz screen, for low-debt, big dip, stocks to bounce
Estimated intrinsic value of $75.
High machine sales from last season will keep the refills up. KO and GMCR not there until 2015
I think the criticisms of the company have been overplayed, there has been "piling- on" that has pushed shares lower. We are seltzer drinkers in our house. I would not buy a machine, but my wife got one for free and I have to say, we like it quite a lot (though we will not be very profitable customers for SODA as we won't use the powders). Turns out we have a lot of friends who think it's pretty cool and never heard of it. So...we'll see.
Slim profit margins makes this too risky for me .I think there are much better buys for my money
BIG SHORT INTERST
If it's good for Coke and Green Mountain, it's just as good or better for an established player. Even if the silly rumors of Pepsi buying them doesn't pan out. Even better when Soda had a 30% correction last month, putting it near realistic current earnings metrics. The $65 last fall was excessive, with hopes on Christmas sales that fizzled. The $40 at this point should be ready for some sizzle. Long term hold. (Rare for me).
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