There IS no point. Just a drunk trying to type a message on a computer.
Let's get back to basics, one more time.
CVS has absolutely NOTHING to look forward to except losses, and WALL STREET knows it.
WAG has only GAINS to look forward to, and WALL STREET knows it.
LOL Yeah, you just go on believing that.
It's very rewarding for me to see you lose so much money on your precious CVS investment. Some people become married to certain lousy stocks and will never let go, even in the face of disaster.
Some people in here seem downright miserable, when WAG goes higher?...geeez louise...get on board for the dividend compounding...oh, but that's just me....Stock's price is rather secondary (for me), as it's a "forever hold" JUST FOR THE GROWING DIVIDENDS (not focused on appreciation, per se, cause I'll not be taking profits on the stock's move)...>they've always raised them over the last 25 years+, even during recessions...'aristocrat list'. That's what I'm after + the great dividend growth rate , at 28.8%....Like I said awhile back...'what a gift Cramer gave us'.
For me it's ALL ABOUT COMPOUNDING THE DIVIDENDS...doubling every 2.5 years, with divy reinvestment in a tax deferred IRA...
...BUT I suppose some people have the right to be "miffed" of they bought a lot of shares awhile back, at higher levels, vs. those that bought at the 'Cramer bottom"...About all I can say is to "cost avg it"...that's about all you can do...Better than crying over stuff that's in the past...gotta move foreward...GOOD LUCK TO ALL...LONGS AND SHORTS.