Rite Aid: Time For A Recovery Buy

Nov. 22, 2022 11:14 PM ETRite Aid Corporation (RAD)48 Comments
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  • Rite Aid stock has cratered after a rollercoaster decade of mergers, headwinds and pharmacy revamps. It now seems to finally be on pace for a long awaited turnaround.
  • With value being unlocked with its pharmacy benefits management programs (PBM), the company may be worth as much as 3 times its current valuation.
  • As a result of these factors, I am re-initiating my long position and have once again turned bullish on RAD's long-term prospects.

A Rite Aid store is shown in Buffalo, NY, USA.


Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD), a leading pharmacy operator in the United States, has been in a tailspin over the better part of the past decade as operational headwinds and competitive pressures, coupled with a high brick and mortar operation caused

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