Teva is one of the worst stocks I have seen in a long time, and the sad part of it is that it belongs to one of the best companies I have seen.
But you can't go with that to the food store... :(
I hope that Jeremy Levin will help put an end to this anomaly, because from my experience, bad performing stocks end up not hurting only the shareholders' ROI but they end up hurting the financial stability of their underline company as well.
Totally agree Max, I had made my mind up last year to give Teva until the end of 2012, this was before they replaced Shlomo with Dr. Levin. I intend to stick with my plan. Hopefully, we can get a pop in the price. With all the better places to put one's money it is no surprise this stock has suffered. Plus, the BOD could do a little more for shareholders in my opinion, good luck to you!