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David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital made his bearish case against Green Mountain Coffee at the Value Investing Congress in New York. From the report: “The research shows that Green Mountain and M. Block are potentially engaged in a variety of shenanigans that appear designed to mislead auditors and to inflate financial results.”
Green Mountain, for all of its growth, has been a battleground stock for several years. In his presentation Monday at the Value Investor Congress, David Einhorn of Greenlight Capital ticked off a list of reasons he would be leery of the company if he were an investor.
Considering David Einhorn’s bearish comments dragged down Green Mountain 10% in one day, how should you trade the mover?
Scott Nations, NationsShares has the options play on Green Mountain stock with a call spread.
Hedge Fund manager David Einhorn talked up his bearish stance on Green Mountain Coffee today at the Value Investor Congress. The reaction to his comments, details of which I have not see, should serve as a reminder that this story, and its many controversies, are continuing.
Einhorn is knocking Green Mountain right now, with the Fast Money traders. "With Green Mountain, there are just too many question marks right now," says Pete Najarian.
Cramer and his researcher, Nicole Urken, discuss why homework—particularly during earnings season—remains important to recognizing the stock winners of the coming years.
Jon Najarian has spotted unusual action in a stock that's up more than 175% ytd. Click here to find out what he sees and what he makes of it.
The Fast Money Halftime Report traders discuss an unusual move for Green Mountain Coffee and share insight on concerns about China's growth and global debt, with David Riedel, Riedel Research Group.
Cramer goes “Off the Charts” to find out if some of his favorite momentum stocks are set to tumble.
On Options Action last Friday, we held a funeral for high-growth momentum stocks. The trade that had been working so well for so long appears to have come to a halt as investor appetite for risk has retrenched.
Coffee, one of the most actively traded commodities in the world, has steadily gone up in price since early 2002, up 410 percent through its highs in May 2011.
Cramer said the technology stock, along with two other factors, helped stocks stage a comeback.
The "Mad Money" host looks back at the best performing stocks of the last 5 years to help pick winners in this horrible market.
Here's our Fast Money Final Trade. Our gang gives you tomorrow's best trades, right now!
Coffee is up 18% in the past two week.s So what's the trade? The Fast Money traders discuss.
It's not so much the company...it's the sector and a desperate grab for alpha (outperformance). I've been asked why a tea company, which yesterday was pricing 7.14 million shares at $13-$15, priced at $17, and opened at $28.95 (!). Here's the answer...
Americans' craving for coffee is growing and that should mean a boost for Starbucks, UBS senior analyst David Palmer told CNBC Thursday. "One thing about coffee in this country is, behavior is shifting," he said. People are "moving toward the good stuff."
The S&P 600 Small-Cap Index closed at an all-time high on Thursday, while the S&P 400 Mid-Cap Index came within points of reaching record levels.