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CVS Health Corporation (CVS)

NYSE - NYSE Delayed Price. Currency in USD
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91.52-1.13 (-1.22%)
At close: 1:00PM EST
91.20 -0.32 (-0.35%)
After hours: 04:56PM EST
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    Wisdom of Crowds
    Surprised CVS down so much pre-market on variant news. Would have thought testing, vaccines plus they can price quickly to recover inflation. $CVS as well as Pfizer, Loblaws (leader in grocery and pharmacy in Canada), FedEx and TD remain top picks and will perform even in high inflation and Corona endemic environment, I believe. Good luck longs!
    Bullish
  • k
    kram
    Why is closing 300 stores good for share price? I don’t understand?
  • C
    Cunningham
    Will solidify in the 90s and bounce around but headed upward overall to triple digits-boosters for all now here, Christmas traffic-4th quarter strong and looks like testing and flu still going to be around through winter months, investor conference in early December, have begun strategic focus on Aetna/Caremark/Hub synergies and closing up dinosaur non-performing bricks and mortar-
    RIP CRAIG LOL
  • S
    STEPHEN
    I hope CVS closes all 16 stores in both lake and Trumbull county Ohio. They need to make a statement because pharmacists can’t control the opioid crisis they have no control. The doctors write the legal drug orders not the drugstore.
  • H
    Hairy G. Balls
    Cvs has plans to accelerate health expansion. See $130-160 in 2 years
    Bullish
  • B
    BP
    CVS lost $50M to theft last year. WSJ 9/1/21

    This is the real reason for store closings.
    Bullish
  • S
    Sam
    CVS' debt is still too high. I wish they would pay off debt faster.
  • S
    Sam
    Looks like options expiry play - most put contracts are at 93, so they will keep it below 93. However, on Monday should recover.
  • S
    Sam
    Easy cometh easy goeth - is it going to give up yesterday's gains? Was JPM buy rating just a ruse for their best customers to lock in profits?
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    Lenny
    I'm buying at $92.
  • H
    Howie
    Time to get serious and get profitability back over 4%. Market likes closing 900 (roughly 9%) stores over the next three years.
  • p
    picolo1
    Probably California based where they are getting robbed literally on a daily basis with the blessings of the Socialist run government there.
  • W
    Woodie
    CVS is my largest position. I averaged up after previous ER and bought @ 83.5, 81.5, 82.5. I ran out of cash to buy more when it dipped in the upper 70's. Every quarter the narrative gets better and i believe it will continue for awhile. Covid will still be active and booster vaccines being injected. Plus flu season will be stronger this winter than last since less masks are being worn now. I dont see any reason the company cant keep the good earnings next quarter. Imho, this pullback is another good opportunity.
    Bullish
  • C
    Carefree
    Great move for shareholders. $100 is just around the corner. Now raise our dividend.
  • g
    getty
    They had some interesting insights about CVS on (http://financialdeals.tech). Definitely made me think twice about the company.
  • G
    Grey
    I think investing in crypto now will be the best option now especially with the current rate of the market
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    Cracker
    When are the healthcare cos. Going to step up and announce they will stop paying for any related costs for those unvaccinated. This would easily save taxpayers and health ins. Cos. Hundreds of millions. And get us out of this pandemic! Let your healthcare co know
  • S
    Sam
    New target price for CVS should be $130 (only $15 more than 2015 high). Expect improved balance sheet (reduced long-term debt) and increased dividend.
  • E
    Eohippus
    liable for the opoid crisis, may cost them tens of millions, along with ,Walgreens and others.
  • r
    rick
    I am hopeful that this quarter, after another positive eanrnings call and beats, this will not go down as has been the trend over the past year or so. CVS has had very good quarters, the run up to the call is great and boom, very good news is share and then the stock plummets. Am hopeful that this time we move forward and not backwards as in past quarter trends. P.S Before CVS bought Aetna, Aetna stock was in the low $200s....surely by now, Aetna should be providing the returns CVS was looking for....time to play in the space with UHC, Humana, etc....this is why CVS got into this game right?
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