Maybe so, but many people on this board are doing GREAT with this stock...and that's all that really matters!!
Sentiment: Strong Buy
When the stock goes back into the 70's, it isn't going to make much difference if you bought it at 53, 54, or 55. Everybody wins!
What is said on Seeking Alpha is interesting to read, but far from correct. I don't think any comment that is made there really affects the stock price. Especially when it is wrong, like it is in this case.
I think that people selling now for a fast profit will regret it, as the stock will go much higher. Maybe not as quickly as the last 5 points, but it will go MUCH higher. There will be big profits for those with PATIENCE!
This is it!!! This is what we have been waiting for. It will be interesting to see how much WAG moves today.
I'm kind of getting disgusted with their offering more shares. I wouldn't mind it so much if the new revenue was going to be used for acquisitions. Instead it's going to be used to just pay off debt. I'm seriously considering bailing when the price goes up again!
Rite Aid a better investment than WAG? U gotta be kidding!! WAG is an investment, whereas Rite Aid is a speculation--and a poor one at that!
Looks like SNH is now buying a property in Hawaii.
Check it out:
Eventually it will add value to their bottom line. I like it!!
Just one broker's opinion. Probably means nothing. The company seems to be doing well. The only negative is the possible non-renewal of some leases.
I agree with the last writer that the loss of those leases will only have a minimal affect on the bottom line. Since we are talking about an event that (if it occurs) is 2 years away, anything can happen. Personally, I think it is just a negotiating ploy by the renter, so as to obtain a more favorable agreement. How likely is it that a fully operating assisted living facility will move out-"lock, stock, and barrel"? I would be extremely surprised if it actually happens!
Love the company, but the fact that the yield is over 7 is not a positive thing. It generally means that the stock price has gone down. The fact that it has raised the dividend slightly, doesn't affect the dividend that much. Still, I believe that the company will do well, and eventually the yield will go down.
Sounds like a good thing to me!
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