I have owned this stock in my IRA for over two years and am losing about $40K. It matters not whether anyone recommends it, whether they make money, whether they have any positives at all, it always goes down. The market started punishing Teva years ahead of its Copaxone patent expiration and it appears no news of any kind can move this stock up. It is the worst stock I ever owned by far and my patience is strained. I wonder if it is all about being Israel based?
I agree with your statement except a cancer cure would likely make it go up $.06 on announcement day but the following day it would be down $0.36 and the analysts would be questioning its future pipeline.
Some stocks finally hit a wall.Teva did-when it broke down in the 60s.Keeping this stock is madness IMO unless a 2.8% yield rings your chimes, but there are NUMEROUS other stocks with BETTER Dividends and FAR BETTER future prospects.But, hey, best of luck.