http://carvillemodelsshop.com/inexpensive-vacation-to-guarantee-sex Jim Chanos took to CNBC on earnings day for $DNKN to reveal to the market that he short DNKN. Uh…he is short $DNKN, for 12 months. Being early is the same as being wrong.

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http://wordpressdesignerslv.com/nude-teens-free-porn Jeez, I wonder why he did that? He did it cause he’s in the hole, and if $DNKN goes any higher, he might get a margin call. He was in the money for 5 months, but wrong for 7 months. $DNKN is now trading SUBSTANTIALLY higher than his entry price would have been.

http://prosourceofkcwest.com/ula-naked That’s if Jim Chanos is telling the truth, or acting out of desperation. He might just be misdirecting.

porn foto gallery Now, it might actually be that $DNKN will go down. But that’s not genius, that’s market manipulation.

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From CNBC

Is there a there there?

http://mycarril.com/mmf-double-penetration-pics The simple answer is yes: long term, QSRs are going to be struggling with tight competition. There is a basic problem with the margins of DNKN, and that problem is that it squeezes the franchisees pretty tight, from 2-5% does not a good business make. Basically, if you open a Dunkin’ Donuts, in the current QSR space you aren’t looking at making much money. The only REAL way $DNKN can grow revenues right now is by expanding, opening new stores, and getting more franchisees to pay them. They can’t increase royalties, because there’s not much room in that 2-5%.

Just where are QSRs going from here? Are we looking at a Demolition Man style competition where it’s a race to the bottom, which company is ready to make the least margin? Maybe.