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  • reissj reissj Jul 26, 2005 1:51 PM Flag

    cramer

    cramer has been poo-pooing cvs in favor of walgreen over the past few months until last night. now he says he doesn't know which stock will do better so he says to buy both. why does he like cvs all of a sudden

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    • It will be hard to communicate with him as I have already ignored his profile.

    • Looks like negfeedsack has a little buddy. Maybe they can attend therapy together.

    • BTW The strong sell sentiment was supposed to be and is a BUY. It is so nice to be human and know it is ok to make a mistake.

      Enjoy,

      Robert

    • Mr Negative. You may not believe this but one day you might be happy. I am hoping for that. But the one who needs to get there is you. Only you have that power and choice.

      Enjoy your day,

      Robert

    • >> So why is now such a good time to buy?? <<

      Show me where I said it was a buy. Unlike others on here, I'm not interested in telling everyone else when they should buy and sell this or any stock. I'm just happy I've got a shitload of it and I've made a lot of money off it. I started buying long before 1999 and didn't panic by selling out when it was in a trough. My average yearly return is well above 20%.

      >> As far as news, you'll get it when I feel like telling you. Most likley after I'm setup to make big $$$ from my info. I'll probably tie in my news with an Itold you so and a HAHAHAHAHA at you stupid and giddy longs as the stock drops like a rock. <<

      OK, we'll wait for that. I assume then that any bad news that happens to come out in the future, you'll take credit for knowing ahead of time what it was and for making a fortune on it. You're so full of shit it's laughable!

    • ""if you bought it just about anytime OTHER than between 1999 and 2001""
      So why is now such a good time to buy??
      burnhour also said "wag stock got ahead of itself" So tell me Mr guru, is it caught up now?? Or still over valued.

      As far as news, you'll get it when I feel like telling you. Most likley after I'm setup to make big $$$ from my info. I'll probably tie in my news with an Itold you so and a HAHAHAHAHA at you stupid and giddy longs as the stock drops like a rock.

    • >> 2 Year chart looks good but as Burnhour said you'd have been better off putiing your money in the bank over the past 5 years. Nuff said?<<

      So it wasn't a good investment if you made it five years ago. Bernauer's statement, if I'm not mistaken, was made at last year's annual shareholders' meeting. Now, if you bought the stock at the end of WAG's last fiscal year, you'd be up 31%. In fact, if you bought it just about anytime OTHER than between 1999 and 2001 you'd be averaging returns of 20 to 25% per year. So you still think it's a bad investment?

      Where's this momentous news about irregularities at WAG you've been promising us, by the way?

    • Great, Neggy. Get back to us when you've got something worthwhile to tell us. We won't hold our breath.

    • You've been talking "tank" now for 2 years. Every time you mention it, the stock goes up another 2 points. Your intelligence is very deeply disguised by your burbling idiocy. You just keep your little dimes and nickles in your savings account earning 2% interest, while the adults just keep doubling and tripling our money with Wag stock.

    • All time high????
      Every month my savings account hits a new all time high, WITH NO RISK!!
      I don't feel nearly as bad as you will when this POS tanks. It takes nine times longer to rise than to fall, your "paper profits" will vanish in a moment.
      Stock split??? HAHAHA yeah 1 for 2!
      I'm here to zero!

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