Mfw Is Rocking!

Discussion in 'Stocks' started by marketsurfer, Dec 21, 2006.

  1. You keep pumpin up your new buddy. You're now "Rudolph the BROWN-nose reighndeer"!:p

    Should'nt you two be pumpin the fund and not these videos?

    And was Alex laughing on the inside while he was sitting next to Tim "the hedgefund manager" Sykes on the warrior show?
  2. REVERSING here on MFW

    SHORT @ 23.40

  3. Geez, now you're trading like Sykes-boy too? :eek:

    Happy Holidays to you and your family, Surfer!
  4. Stock had a nice pop today. Let me guess, you got stopped out with a small loss, right?
  5. Stock now over $30. Believe in trends now? :)
  6. Surf,
    You would have made some nice returns if only you believed in this trend. :)

    Trade well,

  7. Ouch Uptick it's not nice to kick a surfer when he's fallen off his board and knocked himself senseless over this trade. Love the " oh I'm wrong Shorting now! "

    anyway I gave the stock a look up and what a weird fuc*ing stock it is.

    Mafco Worldwide's business is the production of licorice products for sale to the tobacco, food, pharmaceutical and confectionery industries. Clarke American's business is providing checks, check-related products and direct marketing services. Wow talk about diversity!
    Clarke American's business consists of two divisions: the Financial Institution division, which is focused on financial institution clients and its customers, and the Direct-to-Consumer division, which is focused on individual customers. Mafco Worldwide produces a variety of licorice products from licorice root, intermediary licorice extracts produced by others and certain other ingredients at its facilities in Camden, New Jersey; Richmond, Virginia; and Gardanne, France; and at the facilities of its joint ventures in Zhangjiagang, Jiangsu and Weihai, Shandong, People's Republic of China. Approximately 73% of Mafco Worldwide's licorice product sales are to the worldwide tobacco industry for use as tobacco flavor enhancing and moistening agents in the manufacture of American blend cigarettes, moist snuff, chewing tobacco and pipe tobacco.

    Can you imagine when a salesman ends up at the wrong meeting with his bag of licorice surrounded by all these bank types!

    This is such a weird company you would of thought it was formed in 1810 but they are rather recent I believe, maybe the 1980's. Who's got an angle on these guys? Great chart. :)