I love it when a bunch of foolish, greedy investors get on the bandwagon with a self-promotional, mediocre company like CVS. They're almost as stupid as the sell-side analysts, who have all capitulated to the CVS cheerleading, even though they were all stupid enough to be bagged by Rite Aid and, yes, CVS before. I have it on good authority that the Eckerd deal is a bust, that overpaid CVS management is exaggerating their success with the stores to do what they always do: hype the stock for their own enrichment. It's deja vu all over again. That's why CVS settled the securities class-action lawsuits out of court recently, even after repeatedly claiming they had no merit. Watch what the smart money does: look out for insider sales. This company's cash flow has stunk for years, yet greed and fear continue to blind most people from even the most basic analysis.
Go back to your hole where you belong - this company is strong on all fronts - "on good authority" you claim - you must mean the Brooks side of the fence as the transaction on the CVS side is just fine - and I have it on good authority as well -
shut your hole and go back to not posting on the board as we simply do not like your banter.
By any financial measure this company continues to perform qtr after qtr - results rule and you are a fool.