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The FMHR traders discuss Whitney Tilson's comments on Netflix and April's disappointing jobs report.
Take a look at some of Friday's morning movers:
Stocks finished in negative territory Thursday, with the S&P falling below its key 1400 milestone, weighed down by a weak ISM non-manufacturing report and as investors stayed cautious ahead of Friday's government jobs data.
Recent violent drops in stocks such as Green Mountain, Chesapeake Energy and Netflix are tempting value investors to go against one of the oldest sayings on Wall Street: “Don’t try to catch a falling knife.”
Oil futures are falling for the second day in a row, with the FMHR traders. Bill Chappell, SunTrust Robin Humphrey analyst, also discusses whether Green Mountain Coffee might have lost credibility for investors.
Take a look at some of Thursday's morning movers:
Investors sent Green Mountain tumbling in extended trade, but top hedge fund manager Whitney Tilson tells us he doesn’t plan to cover a single share.
Whitney Tilson, T2 Partners explains why his company is short Green Mountain and discusses where he thinks the stock is headed.
With its first-quarter earnings release and big revenue miss, Green Mountain’s days as a growth story are officially over, CNBC's Herb Greenberg says.
Check out which companies are making headlines after-the-bell Wednesday:
CNBC's Herb Greenberg reports on the details of Green Mountain Coffee's earnings data.
Wall Street bulls are hoping for more good economic news following a surprisingly strong manufacturing report that helped push the Dow to a four-year high.
Coffee stocks are up as coffee prices are down, but earnings could change all that.
Take a look at some of Wednesday’s morning movers:
Herb Greenberg has a lot to say about the biggest Green Mountain news nobody noticed in recent days.
CEO Howard Schulz told CNBC Wednesday that while coffee is still Starbucks' spacer core product, juice is the next big thing.
Stocks ended narrowly mixed in a lackluster session Wednesday following a weaker-than-expected existing home sales report and as investors were reluctant to jump in following the recent market rally.
Starbucks has made some major announcements this month including a decision to distribute its Vue coffee packs through Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, with Howard Schultz, Starbucks chairman/president/CEO.
Just my conjecture, and not one that is likely to surprise longtime readers, but to me today’s announcement that Starbucks is expanding its relationship with Green Mountain has a decaffeinated punch.
Stocks eked out modest gains Friday, buoyed by a better-than-expected government jobs report, but still ended off their best levels following news of a "credit event" in Greece. Still, the S&P 500 and Nasdaq logged gains for a fourth consecutive week.