Clapperunner,forget about atty. He was nervous and got out
near 39.0d. Brilliant. Now sit back anf relax as Teva moves up.
Where else are you going to put your money anyway?
lets think thoughtful and help each other - i am worried about targets - atty once said (remember him ?) targets are for shooting ranges
I'm waiting until at least 60. With new management, I think you'll finally see
some good earnings coming the rest of this year.
Exactly my thinking as well. There are enough risks in the market to be worrying about protecting the gains. All depends on your risktolerance level. I am itching to pull the trigger on this one for now. Perhaps as soon #$%$
bottom i am working out numbers when to sell off - i am in for several years as you know - was down a lot - never sold - now i am up about 10% and waiting for about another 5% - i am 63 and too old now to wait like i did and see big fluctuations - 5% from now - lets say 57 dollars - and i am out ?
sometimes, with this company, good news gets out and causes a run up before we hear about in the states. a leak. Let's hope that's the case and we get support for this nice move. Glta
According to stockconsultant, TEVA broke through double resistance at $53.18. There's a 75% chance TEVA reaches an interim target of $56.52, which is a 6% increase, before resistance is reached again.
The name of the lead case was: Yanise Germain v. TEVA Pharmaceuticals USA, Inc., with the initial citation 14a0134p.06.
The United States Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the dismissal of 67 of 68 lawsuits (except one against Eli Lilly), which arose from the Plaintiffs use of propoxlyene. All of the suits against TEVA were dismissed.