Waste of time watching the script numbers at this point in the game. I asked
a CVS pharmacist if they stocked the obesity drug Belviq...she said what? I spelled it out for her. They've never heard of it and don't have the drug in stock as of yesterday. The roll-out is in its infancy.
Buy and hold long-term for the big $$$$$. Nearly 50% institutional ownership and there is a reason they're buying...to make a boat load of money!
perhaps you knew her or know from the interaction but many of the people you interact with at the pharmacy are not pharmacists and who and who does not know about any drug/issue is skewed by their position. At out Walmart no one except the pharmacist knew,. Ours was the second script filled .and the pharmacist was well versed though the others clueless. But it is early and expectations of knowledgeable employees is low until that first script is filled and grows with support personnel only with multiple sales.
Agree the roll out is still a baby. However the Tutes are at the same level they were a year ago. Some posters think its good for Tutes to have control. I say baloney. Tutes loan out shares to shorts until its no longer smart to do it. Long tutes have been held in check by retail longs who hold shares tightly. The shares would be trading in the $20 range if the Tutes recalled loaned shares and sided with retail longs. Nobody is making money trading the shares at a 50% discount