WINN
Winn-Dixie Stores, Inc.NASDAQ
WINN is defunct since March 12, 2012. acquired by a private company
  • Mark Krieger | Send Message 11 May 2015

    $TLM, $SWY, Cock full of Nuts, $CKR, $WINN, $IPSU and $FDO all were takeovers that I heavily promoted.... $FSYS & $LUB will be no different.
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      • Mark Krieger | Send Message 24 Sep 2014

        previous post error-meant ticker symbol $WINN (Winn Dixie) not $WIN (Windstream Holdings). Bottom line, history tends to repeat itself.
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          • Werner Kranenburg | Send Message 25 Aug 2014

            If you were long $WINN as of 9 Mar 2012, you may be entitled to a share of securities class action settlement http://bit.ly/1ws57M6
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              • goldmanscahses | Send Message 14 Aug 2012

                OBAMA IS GONG SEV WINN
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                • crimsongator | Send Message 14 Aug 2012
                  : You seem a bit dim. As you mature and begin reading, your vocabulary will improve. In the meantime, you are representing your party well.
                  • Jacob Wolinsky | Send Message 20 Dec 2011

                    Tuesday (12/20/11) Pre-Market News: RBS Shrinking iBanking Division $RBS $XLF $IYF $MDLZ $CVS $PDG $T $S $GS $SPY $NAV $OSK $WINN
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                    • samsam2 | Send Message 21 Dec 2011
                      : They've already OKd the new logo: SprinT-Mobile Shouldn't they?
                      • Michael Bryant | Send Message 20 Dec 2011

                        Winn-Dixie Stores (WINN) had an enterprise value/EBITDA of 1.8 when it was sold. I'm not surprised. http://yhoo.it/vjhTZY
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                          • Asif Suria | Send Message 19 Dec 2011

                            Winn-Dixie shares jump 70% on BLLI.PK-LO merger $WINN http://bit.ly/rHXe9L
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                              • Michael Bryant | Send Message 30 Aug 2011

                                Winn-Dixie Stores (WINN) seems to be turning around, forecasting same-store sales to rise 2.5-3.5% for 2012. http://yhoo.it/opj1dC
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                                  • Asif Suria | Send Message 2 Jun 2011

                                    U.S. Consumer Comfort Rises for Second Week on Fuel Prices http://bloom.bg/k2Kjp9 $WINN
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                                      • anomaly1 | Send Message 25 May 2011

                                        dropping below $9 going lower $8.00 then ??? $7.00 support WINN
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