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GeoVax Labs, Inc. Message Board

robbsbeach 11 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 10, 2014 4:03 PM Member since: May 22, 2008
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  • Walgreens currently is not making what it believes is a fair amount of money in the USA..
    Walgreens CEO who books over 12 million a year in salary, stocks and benefits is deeply involved in analyzing moving this Corporation into a overseas tax haven.
    CVS, Rite Aid, Wal-Mart and Krogers.. Walgreens main competitors in the Pharmacy business are still USA based tax paying Corporations and will gladly service the American pharmacy customer who are loyal to the USA flag, and these Corp's. help fund the salaries of our men and women serving in our military.
    Walgreens Co. would rather fund roads, education, and heathcare services in another country before cutting there over paid executive salary's.
    Geez... I will not be shopping there anytime soon


  • Hertz's SEC financial results where due in May 2014, after this Company announced a failure in accounting and risk management they have still not summited these financials.
    It is now 90 days past due and still no report or a reaction by the governments regulators to the public stockholders.
    IF the SEC suspended this stock from trading I bet you would see a accounting report the very next day..

  • robbsbeach by robbsbeach Jun 5, 2014 10:11 AM Flag

    $2,762 with a discount card is the cost for a 30 day supply.
    For a PHD in business Gale's CEO does not understand how the medication supply and reimbursement chain works.
    And his hiring Dream LLC again shows poor judgment..

    This company needs to move forward and starting with a internal review published by a outside party would be a good start for a share price increase.


    Sentiment: Hold

  • robbsbeach robbsbeach May 19, 2014 10:52 AM Flag

    The Greater Fool .

    Google it will explain Cantors outlook

  • Reply to

    Ge is a SCREAMING BUY!!!

    by robbsbeach May 8, 2014 3:32 PM
    robbsbeach robbsbeach May 8, 2014 3:38 PM Flag

    Hello this is a buy

  • C is well position in the Ukraine Crisis:

    As the Ukraine crisis continues and Europe becomes less dependent on Russian energy C is well positioned to become the largest European middle man in Energy exchange rates.

    GE purchase of Alstom and a build out of France supplying addition electrical to its fellow Europeans will require financing and C is in the sweat spot for lending funds.

  • GE is buying one of the largest Energy producers in France and the Market Makers know this, they also know that America has the worst Commercial Commuter train system in the industrial world compared to France's 300 mile an hour TVG..
    Russia is being cut off from supplying energy to Europe and GE and Alstom produces cheap energy, That wil be sold to European countries. don't let the market makers get the best in the upside when GE's merger is completed ..


  • robbsbeach by robbsbeach May 1, 2014 2:12 PM Flag

    Does anyone on Walgreens message board look into anything beside a headline?

    Yahoo provides very little information about a Corporation and you really need to discuss a Corporations financials, leadership, opportunities and competition..



  • robbsbeach by robbsbeach Apr 17, 2014 5:00 PM Flag

    Walgreens is seeing revenue reductions for customers who are covered by drug insurance and the tapering of the Generic cliff profits, now the hedge funds offered help to increase Walgreens ROI, one suggestion at the Paris meeting was selling a E-zee pass cards to use Walgreens Drive thru's, the Drive thru also could be fitted for cash acceptance to use
    The alternative suggestion discussed was to move its Corporate operational staff to Switzerland on a cow farm that will provide supplemental revenue with a higher profit margin.
    A impasse occurred during this meeting, over who gets to milk the cows, the" strategy and structure" with executive titles with compensation for this synergistic addition to earnings.

    Stay tuned..

  • At a private meeting in Paris on Friday, with Goldman Sachs Investment Partners and hedge funds Jana Partners, Corvex and Och-Ziff, all US based corporations with one exception, conveniently choose Paris for a special meeting to discuss financial issues unreleased to the majority of stockholders.
    As with any business meeting there are a list of subjects an outline of topics to be discussed, Reporters where not invited or the majority of stockholders and any information exchanged outside of recent public disclosers are a violation of SEC rule FD.
    A FT reporter said the meetings were “constructive”, according to two people with knowledge of the meeting.

    This statement by 2 people goes beyond the information release to other investors, as defined by the word constructive ,"develop or improve something" and require full disclosure of this meetings agenda.
    As a member of the Investing public the SEC need to start doing its job in protecting the Public from Wealthy investment funds who have private access to the detriment of the small public investor..
    And Walgreens CEO, CFO need to be held accountable as to what occurred in this meeting, and answers the question.. do they have a problem with laws, rules and regulations in Running a public Corporation.


  • Over the weekend Walgreens held a meeting out of the USA to discuss moving this Corporation to Switzerland avoiding paying taxes in the USA.
    Walgreens is one of the largest suppliers of drugs to the retired Medicare US citizens.
    This revenue transfer of US government taxes is in the billions that would be going to Switzerland.
    And reduce funding for all programs including Defense



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