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Beyond Meat Inc

Beyond Meat Inc (BYND)

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About Beyond Meat Inc

Beyond Meat is a provider of plant-based meats, such as burgers, sausage, ground beef, and chicken. Unlike other vegetarian products, Beyond Meat seeks to replicate the look, cook, and taste of meat, is targeted to omnivores and vegetarians alike, and is sold in the meat case. The products are widel... Beyond Meat is a provider of plant-based meats, such as burgers, sausage, ground beef, and chicken. Unlike other vegetarian products, Beyond Meat seeks to replicate the look, cook, and taste of meat, is targeted to omnivores and vegetarians alike, and is sold in the meat case. The products are widely available across the U.S. and Canada and in 83 additional countries as well. International revenue represented 31% of 2021 sales. The firm's products are available in retail stores and the food-service channel. In 2019, before the pandemic struck, sales were evenly split between these two channels, although mix stood at 70% retail/30% food service in 2021. We think the recovery from the crisis and new deals with McDonald's and Yum Brands will return food-service sales to 50% in time. Show more

Food Preparations, Nec
Food Preparations, Nec
Dover, Delaware, USA
Beyond Meat Inc is listed in the Food Preparations sector of the NASDAQ with ticker BYND. The last closing price for Beyond Meat was $6.81. Over the last year, Beyond Meat shares have traded in a share price range of $ 5.58 to $ 19.25.

Beyond Meat currently has 64,677,261 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Beyond Meat is $430.10 million. Beyond Meat has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -1.27.

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nssrr5 nssrr5 2 weeks ago
I took notice of this at the NRA show (National Restaurant Show) in Chicago. I still have a couple 1000 shares to get to my target in my other holding but once their I will turn my attention to here. This looks like a great long term play and that is what I am after.

Good Luck to you!
Biggiee Biggiee 1 month ago
Didn’t ignite just yet, but will keep averaging down in $2 increments until I’ve had my fill. I think this situation has a lot of eyes on it now.
Biggiee Biggiee 1 month ago
Grabbed some 9’s premarket. Let’s see if this catches fire, 40%+ short fuel avaibale here.
Hitman970 Hitman970 1 month ago
The L2 is more active than the tape.
Hitman970 Hitman970 1 month ago
The recent PR states that it will take them 10 consecutive days to cover.
x993231 x993231 1 month ago
Thanks, somehow this moved off my 1st page.


Hitman970 Hitman970 1 month ago
30%+ now.
Hitman970 Hitman970 1 month ago
Loaded 7.40, just grabbed 8.12
GodsWatchingYou GodsWatchingYou 3 months ago
Not cool
Hello. Bottom or lower Tuesday. !!????????
x993231 x993231 3 months ago
Shorts just covered 79k Pre Market The price is up 45 cents.

Only 23,200,000 shares to go that is 2,936 of those 79k covers wait what would happen if we multiplied 2936 x .45 = that is $1321 per share, lets say that I'm off by a factor of 10 that is $132 + 11 bucks or $143.

If I'm off by a factor of 100 $13 per share plus $11 = $24

Interesting, there is no way to tell how high or how long this will play out but at 338% Interest if it lasts 3 months and a small short had $10k invested Broker Loaned them $10k Lets say they shorted this at $7
$20k realized after the shorts sold 2,857 shares at $7
that $20k is costing them $67,600 per year or $185 per day or $5,556 per month, remember that they only invested $10k.

OK so lets say that they are able to cover at $11 2857 x $11 = $31,427 but they only have $20k ($10k original investment plus $10k the broker loaned them) So they loose $21,427 Plus $5,556 per month in interest for that 3 month play ($16,668).

$21,427 + $16668 = $38,095

Not exactly for the faint of heart.

X Hopefully they hedged that bet with options but I only used $11 which is proly where many protected themselves via a call option.

As options strategies go, shorting the stock and buying the call is very straightforward. One starts with shorting a stock in the usual manner. However, the investor also purchases a call option at the same time. The call gives the investor the right to buy the stock at a certain price during a specific time period.

The shorts just sold 20k back so it stands at 59k returned this morning up 25 cents

45 Cents on 79k
25 cents on 59k
Pretty much the same ratio.

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x993231 x993231 3 months ago
I thought the same thing when I read the K then I looked at the short situation. Sounds like the media is reporting jump as allignig costs. AI does make it easier to see what is going on.

Curious, how much are you paying in interest on your short position?

I see 200k available at 338%

So $100k short works out to $338,000 annual or $6,500 per week.

38% 0f the free float is shorted.

X Interesting to watch.

This is ready to go where it belongs. Back to the garbage can. They lose 6 dollars per share and have no cash on hand and their products are not growing. With their prices going up and Real meat coming down, what do you think is going to happen. Come on. !?!?!
x993231 x993231 3 months ago
Oh I butchered a female, broke its neck, easy enough, I did it like a man until, can you say cutting around a vulva, not balls n a penis, dang those eggs inside were almost fully developed had blood veins all around them. Big as an ostrich egg. And they splash when thrown in the entrails pan.

X don't lie for money.
Emmu is good. Just saying most won't go through the trouble, blood up to your elbows. She was quite tasty, emmu, n egg breakfast.
x993231 x993231 3 months ago
I love meat but until they find a cure for the alpha gale syndrome as some have no choice. There are thousands that can not. I love to hear your comment once you choose an alternative to dying tonight if you ate meat or eating something else. It only took me 2 years to beat it but if I ate it even once it would add 1 year of no meat. I remember sitting on the bench outside the hospital hands swelled up like a baseball glove telling them I'll sit out front if I fall over give me a $1,200 eppi pen, not an overdose from fentinal. No bacon bits even on salad, sucks. I even butched an emmu to get bird meat. As info there were 3 people in the state that had it when I got it, now there are thousands.

Good luck.
Timber. This is going down. This is America we eat meat in this country. USA. USA. Beyond Meat is for the left wing communists. Meat eat. Cheers. This stock is going down.
x993231 x993231 3 months ago
So now 15:30 the shorts gave back all that they had covered today and dug deeper and shorted 58k more the problem for them is that it is still up 13% still quite a haircut from their comfy position a couple day ago.

X yawn, I'll bet they work it down to about 10%. Still nuffin to sneaze at.
x993231 x993231 3 months ago
Shorts threw back 36k of those shares in but it is still up 13% on the day

Now showing the shorts returned 92k on the day and price is up Bigly.

How long can they continue with the interest payments? Let me demonstrate how this works. Study it, learn it and understand it.

3 Months ago, November 30th Short interest was 28 Million and the Price was $7 (and even lower lower prior to that), and the interest rate was 85%.

Let's say that someone took $50k of their own money and the Broker loaned them $50k with that 100k in hand they borrowed and sold $100k at $7 = 14,285 Shares
Interest at the time on that $100k was 85% = $85k per year or $232 per day 90 days they have a minimum of $20k in interest already paid.

Fast forward to today if they were to return those 14,285 shares that they borrowed and sold at $7.00 at $11.00 it would cost them $157,135 and the interest rate on that money is now 300% or $471,405 per year which is $1,291 Per Day, $9,037 per day $36k per month.

Not only that but if they returned those shares today they would owe the Broker $157,135 minus the $100k they started with. So not only do they loose the entire $50k plus an additional $57k that they started with plus $1,200 per day oh and that $20k they already paid in interest,

Their broker will be calling them and if they do not come up with the margin amount the Broker will buy at market then liquidate anything else in that account because it is the broker that is on the hook.

I'll bet they double down this afternoon to drop the price a little to help with that interest fee, by that I mean short more today (if they can find them.)

X Make sense?
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x993231 x993231 3 months ago
Shorts returned 128k of the 23.3 million shares up 10%.

That is 182 days of 10% price rise.

The shorts need to come up with a plan B.

Let's say that you homes mortgage is $400k to and tomorrow the mortgage is $440k.

The mortgage rate 3 months ago was 84% now its 300%.

That is what they are facing

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x993231 x993231 3 months ago
So far today the shorts have only returned 15k of the 23 Million Shares Borrowed at 400% interest up 70 Cents or 6%. If they return 100k per day it will take them 230 Days and there are only 200 trading days in a year.

X Carrying costs are a double edge sword on a squeeze.

Fun to watch.

Think about that Up 6% only returning 15k shares with 23 Million to go! They can hold it down until they can't, every share they borrow to short cost them 400% interest.
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x993231 x993231 4 months ago
Showing 23.3 million short so the shorts threw down 300k shorts today.

AI is cool. T+2 those shares won't show up for a month. Today is the day before Finra data T+2 is March 1st so today's shorts miss tomorrow's cut off.


Agoura Guy Agoura Guy 4 months ago

YES, THAT'S RIGHT!!!!!!!!!


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x993231 x993231 4 months ago
I bought this stock because I was bitten by a lonestar tick, and if I ate meat, I would die. It is called alpha gal syndrome, which lasted 2 years for me. One night, you wake up with hives, so you need to think fast and eat benadryl or get a hit from an Epi pen, or you may die. They are more and more prevalent from Maine to Texas. There were only 3 cases in the state where I live when I was bitten, now there are hundreds.

Today, folks, there may be a possible short squeeze at BYND today. There are
23 million shares short (37%) cost to borrow is about 300%.

The reason that I post this is so investors can watch a Possible Short Squeeze in action. They push up very fast sometimes for no reason, and if the shares are not available, they need to pay more and more. This triggers margin calls, brokers buy at the ask. Understand that a short squeeze not only affects a short position in BYND but anything of value in their portfolio.

We may get to see one play out here today. No guarantees because the shorts may short into that as fast as they can, but I don't see enough shares available to borrow help them, so they may go naked, Let's see.

X is always better to watch from the beginning.
Agoura Guy Agoura Guy 4 months ago



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Monksdream Monksdream 4 months ago
BYND look out above short squeeze
Awl416 Awl416 4 months ago
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Monksdream Monksdream 4 months ago
BYND 10Q 2/27
BottomBounce BottomBounce 6 months ago
$BYND Total Debt (mrq) $1.22B
Wallstveteran Wallstveteran 6 months ago
Nice to see BYND in this video
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Monksdream Monksdream 6 months ago
Early Barchart 100
TrendTrade2016 TrendTrade2016 6 months ago
You fell into the fake meat trap, and lost your money thinking it was such a good idea. Vegans are lost and so are the clowns that bought the pump
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Agoura Guy Agoura Guy 6 months ago

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jgrabar jgrabar 8 months ago
A recently filed securities fraud class action alleges that Beyond Meat (NASDAQ: BYND), through certain officers and directors, made material misrepresentations and omissions concerning the Company’s ability to produce plant-based meats at scale to the specifications of its key customers, who the Company refers to as “partners.”

It is alleged that Beyond Meat misled investors by boasting about the success of its product tests with its large-scale partnerships, including prominent food retailers like McDonalds, Starbucks, KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell. Beyond Meat assured investors and partners that it would “ensure manufacturability” through “extensive testing,” and that it was capable of manufacturing the unique plant-based meat products at commercial scale. Further, Beyond Meat blamed any delays in launching these large-scale partnerships on Covid-19.

Certain Beyond Meat executives profited enormously from this scheme by selling hundreds of thousands of shares of their personally held Company stock at artificially inflated prices during the Class Period. For instance, Defendant Nelson sold 440,000 shares of Beyond Meat stock during the Class Period for over $58.3 million in proceeds.

The truth began to emerge on October 22, 2021, when Beyond Meat announced that the Company was reducing its third quarter net revenues outlook by up to $34 million, or 25%. As part of the announcement, Beyond Meat also revealed that the Company’s expenses and inventories were continuing to rise. As a result of these disclosures, the price of Beyond Meat stock declined by $12.82 per share, or nearly 12%, from $108.62 per share to $95.80 per share.

Then, on November 10, 2021, Beyond Meat announced a $1.8 million write-off of unsold inventory. As a result of this disclosure, the price of Beyond Meat stock declined by $12.55 per share, or nearly 13%, from $94.48 per share to $81.93 per share.

However, Beyond Meat continued to assure investors of the success of its partnerships. For example, on November 10, 2021, Defendant Brown claimed that the Company “overcame numerous technical challenges” and blamed its poor financial results on the Covid-19 pandemic.

Then, on November 17, 2021, an article was published in Bloomberg highlighting the delays in production and execution challenges Beyond Meat was facing. Former employees reported that there were “significant internal problems” stemming from “confusion and misalignment . . . [and] belated decision-making” that corresponded with exacerbated production delays. As a result of these disclosures, the price of Beyond Meat stock declined by $3.01 per share, or more than 3.5%, from $83.48 per share to $80.97 per share.

On December 9, 2021, after the market closed, multiple media sources reported that Taco Bell had cancelled a planned product test due to ongoing quality concerns. As a result of these disclosures, the price of Beyond Meat stock declined by $5.58 per share, or nearly 8%, from $70.09 per share to $64.51 per share.

On October 14, 2022, Beyond Meat announced the departure of several top executives, including the Company’s Chief Operating Officer, Chief Growth Officer, and Chief Financial Officer. As a result of these disclosures, the price of Beyond Meat stock declined by $1.43 per share, or over 9.6%, from $14.78 per share to $13.35 per share.

As a result of Defendants’ wrongful acts and omissions, and the resulting decline in the market value of Beyond Meat’s stock, Plaintiff and other Class members have suffered significant losses and damages.
Monksdream Monksdream 8 months ago
BYND new 52 week low
Monksdream Monksdream 8 months ago
BYND new 52 week low
Monksdream Monksdream 8 months ago
BYND new 52 week low
Monksdream Monksdream 8 months ago
BYND new 52 week low
Monksdream Monksdream 9 months ago
BYND new 52 week low
Denisnj Denisnj 10 months ago
Investors deserve a big haircut on this. Whenever they need to add grill marks to sell, it's usually trash.
Monksdream Monksdream 10 months ago
Soylent Green is made from people
Wallstveteran Wallstveteran 10 months ago
JMMatthews JMMatthews 10 months ago
Beyond Meat® Debuts Beyond Stack Burger™, the Brand’s Newest Product Innovation, at Select Kroger Stores Nationwide

The new craveable, stackable patties that are even closer in taste and texture to beef, tap into the popularity of smash-style burgers and expand Beyond Meat’s retail burger portfolio, which includes the #1 selling Beyond Burger1

This latest product introduction follows the launch of the newest iteration of the #1 selling Beyond Sausage and the expansion of Beyond Steak, the #1 new plant-based meat product in retail

EL SEGUNDO, Calif., Aug. 02, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Beyond Meat, Inc. (NASDAQ: BYND), a leader in plant-based meat, today announced the expansion of its burger portfolio with the debut of the company’s newest product innovation, the Beyond Stack Burger™. The delicious new patty is designed to be even closer in taste and texture to beef and is perfect for single, double and triple stacked burgers. The Beyond Stack Burger is debuting as smash-style burgers have grown in popularity, with a 720% increase on menus over the past four years,2 and complements this summer’s launch of the Beyond® Smashable Burger in foodservice, enabling consumers to be able to enjoy irresistible plant-based smash-style burgers both at home and on-the-go.

A Delicious, Stackable, Smash-Style Burger
Savory and delicious, early reviews praise the new Beyond Stack Burger for being “juicy,” having a “delicate crumble that truly resembles beef burgers,” and being “crispy on the outside, resembling the popular beef smash burgers.”3 Endlessly customizable and easy-to-cook, the Beyond Stack Burger goes from frozen to finished in six minutes in a skillet and can be eaten as a single patty or stacked multiple patties high, making it the perfect option to recreate popular, stackable, smash-style burgers at home. Consumers can savor their favorite smash-style burger combinations – from the timeless toppings of lettuce, tomato and cheese to an updated take on BBQ slaw – confident that they are making a better choice for themselves and the planet. As with all Beyond Meat products, the Beyond Stack Burger is a better-for-you option with no added antibiotics or hormones, no GMOs, and 35% less saturated fat than an 80/20 beef burger with 0 mg of cholesterol per serving.

“The new Beyond Stack Burger reflects our commitment to relentlessly innovate until our products are indistinguishable from animal meat in taste, texture and flavor while being more nutritious and sustainable,” said Dr. Dariush Ajami, Chief Innovation Officer at Beyond Meat. “We are thrilled to expand our retail product portfolio with this latest offering which builds upon the recent launches of the newest iteration of Beyond Sausage and our groundbreaking, heart-healthy Beyond Steak.”

Rapid and Relentless Innovation
The Beyond Stack Burger is the latest addition to Beyond Meat’s growing portfolio of category-leading products. This summer, the company launched the newest iteration of Beyond Sausage®, the #1 selling plant-based dinner sausage in retail,4 with a meatier, juicier taste and texture. The new Beyond Sausage is receiving rave reviews for being, “shockingly better than pork links,” and is an excellent source of protein with 40% less saturated fat than a leading brand of pork sausage. Additionally, the company’s Beyond Steak®, the #1 selling new plant-based meat item in retail,5 continues to grow in popularity - recently expanding availability to nearly 14,000 grocery stores nationwide – thanks to its unbeatable combination of delicious taste and strong nutritional profile which earned Beyond Steak the American Heart Association's trusted Heart-Check Mark for being a heart-healthy food.6

Plant-Based Meats Supported by Scientific Research
To help consumers make informed choices, Beyond Meat is dedicated to supporting scientific, evidence-based research on the health impact of shifting from animal-based meat to plant-based meat. In a clinical study that was conducted at Stanford University and published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, researchers evaluated the impact of replacing animal-based meat with Beyond Meat’s plant-based meat over an 8-week period on cholesterol levels (including LDL), heart disease risk factors including TMAO levels, and body weight, and found improvement in key health metrics when participants replaced animal-based meat with Beyond Meat’s plant-based meat. Expanding on this body of research, in 2021, Beyond Meat established the Plant-Based Diet Initiative at the Stanford University School of Medicine and last year, entered into a multi-year agreement with the American Cancer Society to advance research on plant-based meat and cancer prevention. For more information on Beyond Meat’s efforts to positively impact human health, visit the Health page.

The Beyond Stack Burger is soft launching this week at select Kroger, Ralphs, King Soopers, Fry’s and Smith’s stores.

About Beyond Meat
Beyond Meat, Inc. (NASDAQ: BYND) is a leading plant-based meat company offering a portfolio of revolutionary plant-based meats made from simple ingredients without GMOs, no added hormones or antibiotics, and 0 mg of cholesterol per serving. Founded in 2009, Beyond Meat products are designed to have the same taste and texture as animal-based meat while being better for people and the planet. Beyond Meat’s brand promise, Eat What You Love®, represents a strong belief that there is a better way to feed our future and that the positive choices we all make, no matter how small, can have a great impact on our personal health and the health of our planet. By shifting from animal-based meat to plant-based protein, we can positively impact four growing global issues: human health, climate change, constraints on natural resources and animal welfare. As of March 2023, Beyond Meat branded products were available at approximately 191,000 retail and foodservice outlets in over 80 countries worldwide. Visit and follow @BeyondMeat, #BeyondBurger and #GoBeyond on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok.

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Agoura Guy Agoura Guy 10 months ago


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Agoura Guy Agoura Guy 10 months ago

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JMMatthews JMMatthews 10 months ago
That's not true. It's idiotic and you probably know it, but go ahead and do your thing

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JMMatthews JMMatthews 10 months ago
Had some Beyond Meat last night with broccoli, onion, carrots and snow peas in a Chinese style broccoli beef. It's a great vegan product I enjoy regularly

BYND $$$
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Agoura Guy Agoura Guy 11 months ago





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x993231 x993231 11 months ago
I took a small position here today. As info there is tick called the Lone Star tick. It is tiny and has a Yellow spot on its back about 6 months after you get bit you can not eat meat for between 1 and 20 years. I was bitten about 2 years ago and only after 1 1/2 years could I eat meat or even have a bacon bits on my salad. No meat on the hoof beef, lamb, pork, venison etc or you may die. I only screwed up twice so I'm good now. Why it hard to diagnose is that it takes 6 hours after you eat to see the symptoms.
So I was forced to eat beyond burgers. I got by on fish, chicken, turkey emu and alligator.
The tick is now from Main to Texas, I saw 3 more this year so they are becoming much more prevalent.

That is my reason.

OK now for the funny, I just submitted a patent for Beyond Broccoli it is made from meat. Ba-Dump-Bump
Weed farmer Weed farmer 11 months ago
Monksdream Monksdream 11 months ago
BYND I’m thinking short squeeze even though I havent bothered with checking the short interest

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