The definite knowledge that some people have lost their jobs in the past few weeks.
Are you denying that it has happened?
A couple years ago Walgreens announced that they were "re-wiring" for growth.
Many, were offered an exit package to leave. If they didn't take it, they risked being terminated without the benefit of any such exit package.
I don't know if the recent terminations were still part of that re-wire.
It's sad to hear of people losing jobs and it's a damn shame that corporations
have no conscience about how it effects people.
As a pumper of Wag, I realize you have to spew your detailed rhetoric.
Most successful investors know you don't need to spend so much time analyzing all those details.
Sorry you haven't figured that out yet.
Yep I shorted and so far, I'm correct.
Compared to CVS, Wag looks way high. I'd be afraid to buy here because it will probably fall back.
In addition, it is trading over the one year estimated price.
And finally, the insiders are cashing out their shares. If they thought there was further upside, they'd be holding.
Now looks like s good time to short. IMHO
I owned this POS company and CLNH and lost about 100K because was overweighted in them both and I kept thinking they would turn around any day now. I gave up on them years ago but held them and sold a little at a time to take losses slowly. But I was tired of getting K1s so I sold the last of both of these last year.
I don't care how cheap these seem they are worthless POS.
Now for the good news. I made back all the money these buttwipes cost me.
From what I had in 2007 before these tanked, I've doubled my money but not by buying this garbage.
If I offer any advice it's this, "you can't put lipstick on a pig".
Don't be overweight in this #$%$ and buy quality stocks.
I'd say you got the shaft. Contact the EEOC and a lawyer.
Something like this could pay big by the time the jury punishes the company for retaliating an employee for speaking up about something making them sick. Whats next firing those who report safety violations?
If you do an internet search for Ridgid warranty scam and you get lots of pages. People are getting pissed at this company and it's shams. How long before class action lawsuits get filed to stop the deceptive practices?
Emerson owns Ridgid, Ridgid says their products carry a lifetime warranty. However, even their authorized repair centers says this warranty is BS. It ain't like Sear's lifetime tool warranty, it is a sham.
If you own the stock, I'd consider selling it. You cannot trust a deceptive company.
I did my taxes with tax cut. I don't understand the K-1 but I don't give a crap.
I want some news from this company about what they're doing about the dismal share price.
I've seen other companies planning to "present" to this and that company to attract investors. Is this a viable company or what?
No wonder why some people go off the edge. Put away money for retirement they say. Then you have companies like this and others like Matoff
screwing everyone over.
Come on management, whats the plan???????????
I was in AFR (frying pan), which GKK bought. So I bought some of this. Now this POS is tanking. (into the fire)
I now have three double digit cost stocks trading for at or less than a buck.
I have lived conservatively, (I drive a 16 year old car for heavens sake), I invested my money only to see it vanish.
What the f$$k is the use.
I'll work until my health starts to deteriorate and then I'll blow my fucking head off.
I follow MSN's stockscouter rating system, it's been "belly belly" good to me.
MCGC is "TEN" on their system.
I bought more this AM, didn't get it at the low but thats OK.
Scroll down the "key Staiatics" page and look at the lower right hand side of the page. It is in a different format than his post.