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The Hain Celestial Group, Inc. (0J2I.L)

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17.01+0.69 (+4.26%)
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  • J
    Jason
    I’m in supermarkets, TJ, Kroger, sprouts, fry’s, shoprite, Whole Foods only seen 3 of their brands maybe. Never felt inclined to try any. No wonder this is tanking
  • b
    barry
    Stock hasn't been this low in over 11 years. Management and the Board do not seem to care about their stockholders. Time to vote them out.
  • b
    barry
    The stock continues to plummet and never a word from management
  • b
    barry
    Every day a new low. Does management have clue?
  • H
    Howard
    Hey Schiller HTF do you justify almost 3 M $ in salary with this performance. Just a quick retort for us please
  • b
    barry
    Maybe time for a new CEO. Appears to be constantly misleading investors and analysts. Reports earnings less than projected. Stock has plummeted under his leadership. Can't seem to right the ship.
  • S
    Steven
    DOWN 50% FROM .....1 YEAR AGO ....nuff said ...SPIT !!!!!
  • L
    Lisa
    Please take a look at ticker ILUS as well - ILUS International: EVs, Drones, UAVs, Urban Mining and patented firefighting and safety technology. ILUS is uplisting in 2022. They have increased their year over year revenue by 588 percent, and their quarterly revenue by 553 percent. They have been profitable every quarter since inception. Please see Yahoo Finance for more details and news. ILUS is worth a look.
  • H
    Heepster
    nobody can afford food as it is not to mention organic
  • s
    sandi
    Still have 20% to drop
    It’s a thing of beauty
    Cracker buy fur quarter of billion $$$?
    Same old Hain …
  • s
    sandi
    Quarter billion buy for cracker company ? Same old Hain…
  • J
    John
    Also year ago CEO suggested having majority of production tied to co packers was an advantage versus having your own manufacturing. Think again
  • c
    charlie
    This stock is a dog that won't hunt. Bad management, disillusioned workers, bad business model with no controls.
  • b
    barry
    Market basically unchanged and the stock is getting killed. Management never says anything useful if anything at all.
  • s
    sandi
    Hain buying back stock in high 30’s was a waste
  • A
    Anonymous
    Owned this stock about 10 years ago and made a small profit before trading out of it after a couple of years: and it was trading around today's price! I buy/use many of their products, so the timing was right to make a new position today...
  • b
    barry
    Absolutely pathetic stock action. No support. Does anyone know if the company has their own in house investor relations department or do they farm it out, including meeting with the market makers?
  • H
    Happy Santa
    If HAIN uses the proceeds from the sale of the protein business to buy back shares, it can reduce the share count by about 20% and increase the EPS by about 25%. Currently the Board has authorized the repurchase of up to $250 million in stock. As of March 31, 2018, the Company had not repurchased any shares under this program.
  • G
    GAN
    Who could buy? I don't think Pepsi is the right fit. Nestle should be the right company, however the General Mills and Conagra too might be the right fit. They all need right fit. Since they have been in the market for a while, we should see someone buying them up soon.

    It could be even on Monday, you need to have the shares when the Buyout happens.

    GL!
  • H
    Happy Santa
    If you value HAIN at the same multiples CPB paid for LNCE it would be worth over $50/share. In March of this year CPB paid $6 Billion for LNCE with revenues of $2.3 billion, and EBITDA of less than $200 million. I think HAIN has is better prospects than LNCE. HAIN should attract multiple buyers now that the stage is cleared with the CEO stepping down.