i recommend people to take a look at your posting history before paying any attention to you. it's pretty one dimensional, nearly all panic instructions with no support and for the most part it's been plain wrong.
hneiman isn't too bright, that's for sure, but the market and the money do not always agree. i wouldn't want to get in the way of either but you can bet on the market or bet on the money. i'm not doing it yet but if i had to choose, i'd bet on the money. what puts me off is i only that i don't feel like betting on the management.
here's a rare thing. i agree with sherry. i'm not generally positive about raj and his management and i was stopped out at $9.50 a few days ago so have no personal stake at the moment, but i am inclined to see this as a smart long term move - and am thinking about coming back in. (if i do, i won't post again, since i am superstitious about commenting while i have a horse in the race) good luck to you
thank you. the deal hasn't done much for either cvs or blackstone so i'm guessing that it points to what the equivalent value of bioscrip would be and how far it has been oversold, rather than to the likelihood of any imminent acquisition. also a reaffirmation of the role of home infusion going forward?
another important use for silver that isn't often referred to is in the manufacture of bullets for slaying vampires. here in transilvania where i live, we are plagued by these creatures of the night. i get through several kilos of bullets during the season. that's why i am long silver.