Makes me sick.
Just one problem with that. CVS is NOT the #1 US drugstore. They're not #1 in retail sales, nor are they #1 in store count. This guy seriously doesn't know that??????????
That's a sign of deep trouble.
One of the best stocks you can buy.
This just keeps getting better and better.
Makes one wonder what's going on with this company behind closed doors. Refusing to increase the dividend is a sign of trouble.
What the hell is going on with this company?
With each provider offering several options and tiers.
Plus, you forgot to add that PRIVATE POLICIES are still available at prices even lower than the exchanges. Plus, there are no enrollment deadlines for the private policies.
Two other things you forgot to add are govt subsidies and Employer (WAG) subsidies.
Ignorant people trying to sound like experts are amusing to me.
"Under the 2010 health law, most people buying insurance in the exchanges will be eligible for federal subsidies in the form of tax credits. Taking account of these subsidies, the administration said, a family of four with income of $50,000 will generally be able to buy a silver-level plan for $282 a month, while a 27-year-old with income of $25,000 will be able to get such coverage for $145 a month. "
The figures won't be released until 10-1. But, if you choose to put your faith in "one responder to the article", that's your choice.
You challenged the statement made by Walgreens. So far you have shown that your challenge is empty. Maybe you should "divide and conquer" a book on common sense.