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  • Icahn rumor boosts Walgreen [View news story]
    $RAD is the dog in the group and I have been tweeting #Icahn to buy in and clean the Board of Directors up and turn the operation around. Guess he does not respond to tweets from me since I am not a CNBC anchor
    Sep 5 12:19 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • Musk: Tesla stock price is "kind of high right now" [View news story]
    Tip toe through the tulips....
    Sep 5 12:09 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • The Industrial 3-D Printing Market's Growth Can Propel Stratasys Higher [View article]
    One comment that can be gleened from this article is HP's intent to not go into the consumer end of the market. And can Meg Whitman really afford to be distracted from her rebuilding process by entering into the commercial 3D race this late in the game? How long does she think it will take to go from having a "technology" to a MARKET?
    Aug 28 01:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Rite Aid Slips On Walgreen Deal [View article]
    High beta factor will propel this stock in the near future back over 7.50, good "go to" stock when others are dipping. It has taken it's whipping. So go do your flipping. $RAD long, with position tripled at $6.50, and I am not tripping.
    Aug 8 12:51 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why You Should Sell 3D Systems And Buy Stratasys [View article]
    Mr. Gandhi, I think the factors today covered on the conference call are creating a moat between 3D and SSYS. 3D is a hodgepodge of loosely run companies with no way of creating a clear strategic path, while SSYS again has shown today that they are tactically growing organically AND through carefully screened acquisitions to fill out their portfolio.

    I wonder how many of these earlier commenter's above will give you high fives now for your call that would have resulted in a net 40% swing? WELL DONE
    Aug 7 12:08 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Rite Aid - Positive Direction Continues [View article]
    flynnskinc1, better to go on the purple pill. I find it more effective. Seriously though, these stocks are for the same people eligible to ride roller coasters.
    Aug 6 12:35 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Rite Aid - Positive Direction Continues [View article]
    $RAd is also partly comprised of the Eckerds chain they bought which had recently built many new stores in the Southeast. So we get a different experience in this region where the stores are fresh and the merchandise set up very nicely. So they are a store of many varieties. When they dipped down to $6.60 before I tripled my position and they have held well against the overall market. I am voting on a takeover.
    Aug 4 12:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Update: Rite Aid - A More Compelling Buying Opportunity [View article]
    $RAD You have to believe in the fact the BOD is going to get their act together or keep doing such a sorry job that they are going to get taken out. It was totally overlooked yesterday that the Dollar Tree - Family Dollar merger puts RAD in even a more likely position of being taken out by $WMT as they stretch to hold on to retail channels. Either way, I tripled my position today to a very sizable amount, so it is caviar or Peanut butter and Jelly for me! Fortunately I like both! Long RAD at $1.50, $4.00, and today. $9 is a reasonable 3 month price target.
    Jul 30 12:17 PM | 2 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • What Lies Ahead For Apple [View article]
    Hey Cologero, when you are good you are good.
    Jul 24 02:26 PM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
  • What Lies Ahead For Apple [View article]
    #BretJensen has been the BEST most level headed commentator of $AAPL over the past two years. He was chiding Wall Street at $400 when we were buying and taking hits left and right (look closely at his profile pick and you can see the scars from the naysayers, so be easy on him when he is surprised we get 3% today because the big boys are throwing AAPL in their funds before they take their last four week vacation in the Hamptons. BRET you rock. If you are not in AAPL, I strongly suggest as I did to another reader six weeks ago to go in 10% a week. Forever long AAPL and AMZN. You can't fight ecosystems.
    Jul 23 12:50 PM | 6 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Zacks' Bull Of The Day: Rite Aid [View article]
    Maybe we need to get Carl Ican off the beach and get him or another person good at stirring the pot to take a 10% position and stir up the street. We have a currently somewhat week player that is progressively laying ground for better profitability that needs to be shaken up a bit. I have resisted selling. I have this as a strong hold because I think it will fall slower than many other stocks in a mid summer break.$RAD
    Jul 15 08:38 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Zacks' Bull Of The Day: Rite Aid [View article]
    popeye305 great commentary and I hope they listened to you. I think you have articulated well the possibilities at hand. While only 15% of my IRA, it is well 15%. I am watching every move and expect the ultimate outcome to be a takeover as I continue to hear commentary such as yours. What a better way is there for Walmart to jump start their small store strategy and get taught by the incumbent how to better win on the Obamacare program (who cares what you think of the program - what is important here is the healthcare tide is rising for providers like RAD). Holding on the basis that pricing action is good for an unexciting quarter. Thanks again.
    Jun 25 12:55 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Zacks' Bull Of The Day: Rite Aid [View article]
    Popeye305 I am not sure what to make of today's earnings and associated commentary. I am holding the stock for now, but starting to see some cracks in the shield.
    Jun 19 12:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Zacks' Bull Of The Day: Rite Aid [View article]
    Popeye305 I am not sure what to make of today's earnings and associated commentary. I am holding the stock for now, but starting to see some cracks in the shield.
    Jun 19 12:22 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Keystone XL pipeline talks heat up, as Iraq crisis continues [View news story]
    The Keystone Pipeline is a pet project for the big money fighting fossil fuel development and use in the US. Environmental concerns are a joke, all pure politics, Canada has to tippy toe around the slow moving Washington Politicians because they would make more money sending their oil to Aisia anyway. Nobody spends enough time reading the facts about other pipelines that run in parallel to this one to really understand this is strictly International poker at its best. Send the oil to Aisia - we don't deserve it.
    Jun 19 12:16 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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