Thx, interesting observations. Of course the temperature was well above average, which won't last long.

My view on this is that the next six months will probably be bad. More closures, possibly dividend put on hold. But KEG, with a big parent company, will survive. And by next summer, with pent up demand, and less competition, business will be booming.

It's tough to know when to buy and sell. I'm going to hold on, and try to be patient. A year from now it could be back to its highs, 70% from here (plus dividends).