"However, my rule is that I will not buy stocks below $1."
You could have bought....
SIRI at 5 cents,
RAD at 30 cents,
ALU at 90 cents
HOV at 85 cents
Both FMCC and FNMA at 20 cents
GLUU at 50 cents....
The list goes on and on.
"I guess most of the others have the same attitude"
I DOUBT IT!!
Cramer clearly says that he is not only here to entertain you but to educate you. Screaming at the audience is part of the entertainment. There are many other things that should Make you embarrassed to be from NYC other than Cramer
BTW- Yankees S$ck!
As long as these idiots defend death threats I will keep posting about it
I am not a short moron. I don't like shorts I think they should all fry but threating to kill a known person is beyond stupid...
Don't you get it???
They contacted me right away. I don't care if you believe it or not but believe this. They DO HAVE a copy his post and I am sure that I am NOT the only one who contacted them
He thanked me and said they cant give me any information on an ongoing investigation. He also said not to have any contact with zena.warriorprince whatsoever
Moron...Nobody here likes the scammer Carson Block but death threats over the internet is not only beyond stupid it's a federal crime. Will you be going to visit your online bun-buddy while he is sitting in jail? of couse not
grow the F^^%$ up you juvenile delinquent
“MinuteClinic has earned a certain status among the healthcare establishment, forcing that establishment to recognize the retail clinic movement as a legitimate part of the health- care ecosystem,” Charland wrote in his report published this week.
CVS/Caremarkhas a dominating lead in the number of retail clinics with more than double that of its nearest rival, Walgreens according to a new report.
Tom Charland of Merchant Medicine, a health care consulting firm that tracks retail clinic growth, said CVS now has 836 of its Minute Clinics opened in 28 states, compared to just 388 clinics for Walgreens in 19 states. Meanwhile, CVS also continues to open clinics up at a much faster rate.
Retail health clinics are generally staffed by advanced degreed nurses known as nurse practitioners who treat routine maladies like strep throat or pink eye but these providers are expanding into other primary care arenas such as providing vaccinations and chronic care management.
These clinics are largely run by retailers with pharmacies such as CVS, Walgreens, Wal-Mart (WMT) and Target TGT +0.33% (TGT) as well as some grocers like Kroger KR -0.1% (KR). Kroger is ranked third on Merchant Medicine’s list with 119 clinics followed by Wal-Mart with 92 and Target with 70.
But Merchant Medicine’s report indicates there is ample market opportunities for all of these retailers and grocers given they tend to have retail clinics in just a fraction of their stores. CVS, for example, has clinics in 10 percent of its stores while Walgreen WAG -0.75% has clinics in just 4.7 percent of its stores.
CVS has taken on a more aggressive posture in partnering with traditional health care systems. Both Walgreen and CVS are linking more closely with traditional health systems and hospitals but Charland indicates in a companion article to his report that CVS’ Minute Clinic may have a more established brand.
June 6th, 2014 - 0 comments - Filed Under - by Hanz Christensen
Susquehanna hoisted their price target on shares of CVS Caremark (from $85.00 to $90.00 in a report released on Friday. The firm currently has a “positive” rating on the stock. Susquehanna’s price target indicates a potential upside of 14.47% from the stock’s previous close.
he is just here to be a trouble maker He has been bashing CVS and pumping WAG for years
he is a great source of entertainment here.
WAG getting whacked hard today...Look at all the daytraders dumping it after it's monthly pump. Losing most of it's gains
See you next month for another rinse and repeat cycle
Same bat time, same bat channel
So how did your emails to those CEO's telling them to change their minds go? Did you convince them with your brilliance?