Ridiculously undervalued, thanks to Hillary's toothless tweet and a herd of panic sellers.
What missing forecast? They reaffirmed their view: Guidance: Management continues to expect adjusted earnings per share for 2015 between $4.60 and $4.70. This is buying opportunity.
I don't think the FCC will vote for it even though there are three Democrats on the Board. Obama is a dead duck, not just a lame one.
Is Rite's Aid's warning about expected decreases in reimbursement rates and lower profitability from generics a signal to sell CVS? I have a good profit in it and wonder if I should take the money and run. What say you?
I meant Obamacare, not aetna. AET will recover. The sell-off was uncalled for.
Thanks for answering me, spraetty. I am so frustrated! Even with the health care costs and tax increase, the company's earnings were up $12 million or 3 cents a share over the same quarter last year, and aetna projects a similar upside going forward. Like I said, the sell-off is ridiculous. I think Obamacare has everyone spooked. Maybe it should be called Obamascare.
Looks like you will have your wish. Would have been different if they had beat estimate by 2 cents instead of one, but will do well going forward.
Please explain why with a stellar report like this and a positive future projection, this stock is tanking big time today. It should be UP over 3$, not down. I don't get this sell on the news b.s. The stock didn't go up that much in anticipation of a good report. What the hell is going on?
There is no apparent reason for the BA sell-off, which suggests that some manipulation by the big boys is going on--brokerage firms selling to lower the price so they can buy it back for clients at a cheaper price. Or is there some deep dark secret about BA that we don't know about? Serious answers only, please.
I agree with you, but why is the stock getting beat up day after day, even on good news like the big Emirates buy? The Tea Party does not have the power to end the Ex-Im bank. Seems like the panic button is getting pushed too soon.
Okay, so this is a sector problem. When do you think this "correction" will be over, and materials will start to come back up? Just asking.