Seeking Alpha
  • Alan Brochstein
    $WAG management is really stupid in my view. I used to like Wasson, but I have downgraded him immensely.
    7/20/12
    Reply (14)
    • DAG1996: i don;t know either way since i haven't followed WAG, but curious why management is stupid since i've started considering it
      7/20/12
    • Alan Brochstein: acquisition, playing chicken with ESRX - then caving
      7/20/12
    • DAG1996: i'd love to know more about both... perhaps an article forthcoming?
      7/20/12
    • Alan Brochstein: Both have been covered fairly well
      7/20/12
    • Alan Brochstein: I still own some in my conservative model too - I am always honest, but that would look bad to bash a stock I still hold. It's very cheap.
      7/20/12
    • DAG1996: thanks i'll look into your past articles. doesn't 'look bad' to have issues with a company u own. theses & prices, thus, opinions can change
      7/20/12
    • Jeremy Johnson: They were in an impossible position and everyone knew it. The whole gambit was hoping the Medco deal got blocked by the DOJ. Then ...
      7/21/12
    • Jeremy Johnson: they probably would have looked good, but when it went through, it was over for them, they had to capitulate.
      7/21/12
    • Alan Brochstein: They took a very aggressive tone two calls ago on the fact that Medco wouldn't be a problem.
      7/21/12
    • DAG1996: although i hate stocks with a penchant for drama and i don't know enough of the story yet, i may nibble next week since it looks very cheap
      7/21/12
    • DAG1996: and that probably won't last much longer. i'll definitely need to see that press release first though
      7/21/12
    • Jeremy Johnson: It's ridiculous to hold that Medco would not a be problem, I can't believe anyone would believe that, regardless of their prostrations.
      7/21/12
    • ampedxpinoy: As an employee, I have lost faith in the company.
      7/23/12
    • Alan Brochstein: Sorry to hear that, as I have been there before.
      7/23/12