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What: Shares of Jamba
So what: Like Starbucks, Lloyd Khaner sees Jamba Juice as a fantastic value opportunity after the company hired James White, a student of turnaround specialist Jim Kilts, who implemented a strong turnaround plan, including bringing in experienced talent, eliminating debt, and implementing a company mission.
Now what: Jamba Juice's upside is around the corner -- the company expected to be profitable by late next year and will increase exponentially soon after, according to Lloyd Khaner. Management is now looking to expand smartly with new product lines, including new Go Units that are being placed in public high schools throughout the U.S. With no debt and increased margins, Jamba Juice is now into a second growth phase; if it can hurdle this massive obstacle like Starbucks did, than Jamba Juice might be a great value play to look into.