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rvincent961 59 posts  |  Last Activity: Jun 13, 2014 3:49 PM Member since: Mar 10, 2014
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    $3.27 New Buy Op...

    by bigjimbig Jun 13, 2014 1:25 PM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 13, 2014 3:49 PM Flag

    No way Jimmy....3.27? That would be 9 times earnings... Ain't gonna happen..

  • rvincent961 by rvincent961 Jun 10, 2014 9:54 PM Flag

    Longs: Don't listen to this jibberish.... ALL Drug Stores can't help but make money for the next five years and Rite Aid is in the perfect position with a low stock price... So, let me ask the naysayers here: What? CVS and WAG stores are made out of gold? Nope... They are all doing the same things almost identical. RAD has good locations and an excellent footprint with 4581 stores. So, RAD can't even be close to CVS/WAG? Is that what you are trying to tell us? . You naysayers are whistling Dixie. All of the Drug Stores are going to rise. And yes, a rising tide does lift all boats. . 20s in two to three years...

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    NCR is an absolute steal at these prices

    by stevobama Jun 10, 2014 8:43 PM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 10, 2014 9:35 PM Flag

    Agreed.. expectations are 4.50 for 2016... At 20 times earnings you are well above your 80 dollar figure for the stock..

  • rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 9, 2014 7:45 PM Flag

    Go ahead new grad 2014... Bail out.... I don't really care either. But take it from an old timer who has been thru the crash of 1987 and the 2000 bubble... Rite Aid is a fantastic opportunity at these levels. The company is in the right place and the right time (Demographic, Patent Cliff, Debt reduction and Wellness Format) . Guaranteed... You are going to kick yourself when you are 30 and say to yourself: "I should have bought the damn shares and not looked at the stock". It's very basic newgrad: CVS is 80 and WAG is 75. You may say: RAD must have more outstanding shares. Right? Wrong. They all have the same amount of shares with CVS having the most outstanding shares. CVS/WAG have to keep expanding and opening new stores to keep growing. Rite Aid just merely has to close non profitable stores and keep paying down debt and that alone is going to improve the bottom line and the stock price. In a few years, they will start to slowly expand again and the price of the stock will move higher. Eventually, Rite Aid will close the gap considerably and you my friend will be wealthy if you just buy some shares and hold. The bottom line is that Rite Aid has a lot of slack to make gains where CVS/WAG have none. Go out and buy 10,000 shares at 7 bucks and pay the loan off the 70K off over a few years. Guess what:? in about 5 years the shares will probably be in the 40s so you will have 400K and that's only about 1/2 of what CVS is RIGHT NOW so this is very conservative. This is common sense and is staring us all right in the face as long as we ignore the noise and look at the big picture. Remember what I always say: It's going to take patience, patience, guts and more patience. Just make sure you come back to me in 4/5 years to thank me for this advice. I have been telling everyone since December 2012 to buy/hold RAD and if you listened you have a 500% gain. There is much more to come.

  • rvincent961 by rvincent961 Jun 9, 2014 6:39 PM Flag

    it's been a nice ride since December 2012 when I started to accumulate shares. This is the first real challenge to RAD since that entire time. I saw this drop coming though due to the PE..... 35 cents a share (2015 estimates) is only going to support the 7's and not much more. Slowly the earnings will move up and the price of the stock will move up along with it.. Sure, we will be in the 20's in the near future but earnings will have to be close to one dollar. That's all there is to it...

  • Reply to

    RAD P/E ratio = 37 ...WOW!

    by xzr56 May 29, 2014 12:30 PM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 7, 2014 8:48 PM Flag

    XZ..... 35 cents is the middle of the consensus for 2014....... What's 35 cents X 20? Right..... about where we are. The middle 8's were a bit too high. The market may give RAD a bit more than normal due to the potential but there is only so far it can go....

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    $19 billion hedge fund dumps RAD

    by bigjimbig Apr 30, 2014 11:51 AM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 6, 2014 10:38 PM Flag

    3.27 is 9 times earnings for 2014... Aint gonna happen.... Just like 20 to 30 this year ain't gonna happen either. Earnings is the mother's milk of stocks..

  • rvincent961 by rvincent961 Jun 5, 2014 7:45 PM Flag

    10 year anniversary of Reagan's death. What did he used to say? "Stay the course. Stay the course". Good advice for Rite Aid stock. In 2 to 3 years the stock the will be double or triple. Stay the course.

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    RAD Buyout - Still a possibility

    by carbonbonal Jun 5, 2014 5:08 PM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 5, 2014 7:34 PM Flag

    Better off without a buyout... If you hang in there, this stock will go into the 20s/30s in 2 or 3 years. Better than 12 or 13 that would come with a buyout. Today is Ronald Reagan's 10 year anniversary of this Death. What did Reagan say? "Stay the course, Stay the course". Good advice

  • rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 5, 2014 4:46 PM Flag

    You guys are not paying attention.... It's still has 35 cents (average earnings). not going down to 10 times earnings.... That's why it went down today because 9 dollars a share needs about 50 cents earnings to hold up..

  • rvincent961 by rvincent961 Jun 5, 2014 4:34 PM Flag

    The narrative has not changed but it's going to take time. Look what happened today: Guided down a few cents and we went down? Why? It's all about earnings. 35 cents (average 2014) earnings at 20 times is 7 bucks. So, when I read people say the stock should be 20 it's laughable. The earnings has to go up to justify that price. I am sticking to RAD but it's going to take patience, more patience, guts and more patience. Today, you needed a little guts to ride it out but much more patience and more guts is going to be needed as the earnings (and the stock) slowly but surely rises higher and higher.

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    RAD should be trading around $30 to $40

    by grnacres Jun 4, 2014 1:44 PM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 4, 2014 6:26 PM Flag

    Folks... It ain't gonna be that easy. It's going to take patience, more patience, guts and more patience before we get to 30/40. Earnings has to go higher to justify this price and that's going to take some time...

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    My thoughts on NCR

    by stevobama Jun 1, 2014 12:19 PM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 Jun 1, 2014 9:37 PM Flag

    Agreed on 9 bucks in 5 years....... That's well over 100 dollars a share even with a low PE..

  • Interesting article. Good point about Texas and Florida where Senior Citizens are flocking too... Rite Aid is not even in those markets (Yet). The Redi-Clinic deal in Texas makes even more sense than I originally thought.... Folks: Don't sell even one share of this stock. Hold long and SMILE....

  • rvincent961 rvincent961 May 30, 2014 4:27 PM Flag

    Smitty... The reason RAD is up is for the future. Look at it 's two competitors (CVS and WAG). RAD is at 8 and the other two 70 and 80 respectively. All three companies do approximately the same thing all with veru good name brand recognition and good locations. So you may ask yourself: "Self"... Surely RAD has at least three times more shares outstanding and that must be the reason for the disparity. Right? Wrong. All three companies have approximately the same numbers of shares outstanding. CVS actually has about 15% more shares. So, Smitty... Is there any reason why RAD should NOT be the same price as CVS/WAG? You see....the market is realizing that this company is way way too low. It has some work to do but it WILL be a lot closer to CVS and WAG slowly bur surely. The question is whether you and others will have the "foresight' to see what's as plain as day. Buy a boatload of shares and try not to look at it. 4 or 5 years from now I want you to look me up and say thank you because this will be a game changer... I have bought many thousands of shares at 1, 2, 3 and 6.5 and I am not selling even one share to ACE and/or GONZO. I won't sell until it is much closer to the Market Cap of WAG and CVS..

  • rvincent961 rvincent961 May 30, 2014 4:11 PM Flag

    If you buy the overall market, yes. But not if you pick the right stocks... RAD is the right stock for right now... May not be right forever but it is right right now (Please excuse the Pun (Right - Rite))

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    by stonex9758 May 23, 2014 10:56 AM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 May 29, 2014 6:51 PM Flag

    AND.....ING has a 9.50 price target..

  • rvincent961 rvincent961 May 29, 2014 6:47 PM Flag

    A correction will impact RAD very little..... Also, there could be a buyout.. The first whiff of a buyout will leave you behind if you are playing around and jumping in/out. Without a buyout, flash forward 4 to 5 years and you will be so glad you were long because if you accumulated any sizable shares you will be very wealthy..

  • Reply to

    Don't cry

    by rdmikes May 29, 2014 6:26 PM
    rvincent961 rvincent961 May 29, 2014 6:32 PM Flag

    Sorry Mikee.... No more 6's... You are too late my friend. Here is the deal: 10,000 people EVERY DAY are turning 65 for the next 18 years and the Patent cliff is generating much higher profits for drug stores. Those two items alone are going to drive all drug stores. Don't be a fool.... Buy in now and stay long like I have been telling you, ACE and GONZO for a year.

  • rvincent961 by rvincent961 May 28, 2014 8:53 PM Flag

    Stay long folks.... 40s are near.... 50s to 60s in 2016 is easy. 2016 estimates are 4.50 so a low PE of 15 times earnings brings you a 65 stock price.... Double where we are now........

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