this is a tired story, but I think rad is on companies radar that want to expand the pharmaceutical side of their grocery businesses. could be any one of a number of companies. maybe that's why they modified their bylaws. those mods seem very takeover friendly to me.
its going to take all year to get rad up a dollar or two. the institutions will choose cvs or wba over rad. that leaves us little guys buying in and out for a few pennies. took a chance buying before earnings and lost as usual. broke my rule to only buy the best.
maybe wba will wait a bit for rad to get the pbm acquisition settled and underway before it strikes. I think consolidation between wba and rad makes sense from a market perspective but rad's balance sheet needs some work and their strategy needs a little time to play out before it will happen. these two together will better be able to compete with cvs.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
yeah, I usually don't invest in semi's but I bought in at 80 because the peg on schwab was only .70. so we'll see if this is a dip or a disaster.
My bet is that a company/product good enough to develop an ecosystem as big as gpro's, then stick with it through the noise. sorry Jim, not with you on this one.
todays low,72.10, was close to the 50 day moving avg. that seemed to be a good buy point. held support and up 5. wouldn't be surprised to see it get there again though .so you might want to wait
I own deck. but bought at 73 not in the hundreds so I feel its a good price. I do think management could be doing a better job with this company though. too much reliance on Ugg's. it does look like they have a few other good brands so why they aren't doing better than they are has to point back to management. VFC should buy them and turn things around.
based on the proceeds expected, it doesn't seem like it will be less than 27. so not so bad.
its very common to do secondaries in the first year. they want the IPO to be successful so they hold back on what they really want to sell/raise and then when things are going well, they do the secondary.
hanging on tight to all my split shares too. seems others are as well. usually you would see a little selling to adjust holdings after a big split like 4-1, but we didn't see much of that. hbi is a long term winner.
Sentiment: Strong Buy