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Rite Aid Corporation Message Board

clinoril 1 post  |  Last Activity: Jul 28, 2014 10:31 AM Member since: May 18, 1998
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  • 1. Einhorn selling isn't all bad. He bought low and made nice money. He is entitled to cash out and buy something that he thinks will give him a better return. Rite Aid has had a very very nice run over the past 5 years. Anyone that has followed my posts here knows I have been following this stock for a few decades. Einhorn did well by RAD and we should all say thanks and him moving on is the nature of the beast.
    2. Dollar Tree and Family Dollar getting together is nothing but good for RAD. I think RAD now jumps up big time on the WMT radar screen as a takeover target. WMT needs to be where Dollar Tree and Family Dollar are located. And guess what RAD is located in a lot of those places too!! Granted RAD is now into this healtcare thing with the urgent care chain and teaming up with doctors for telemedicine, not WMTs core. BUT WMT needs the RAD footprint and it really won't cost RAD that much. The $5B in debt is a pain but WMT can recoup that in logistical savings over 5 years (transportation costs, volume discounts on merchandise, etc.).

    RAD below $7.00 is a gift.... don't let a natural redistrubution of cash throw you off...

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