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I am a ex-prop trader trading US equities and these are the stocks on my watchlist (1/5).

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I am a ex-prop trader trading US equities and these are the stocks on my watchlist (1/5).

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Walgreens Earning ⬆️ or ⬇️

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Walgreens Earnings ⬆️ or ⬇️

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Walgreens earning 1-4-24

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Risk free dividens.

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What's Wrong with Walgreens?

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What are your thoughts on Walgreens WBA stock.

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Pharmacy staff from Walgreens $WBA are laying the groundwork for a nationwide walkout and multiple rallies

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10/12/2023 - Put credit spreads to sell with highest return sorted by %OTM (DTE<21)

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Is having a money manager/"Private CFO" worth it?

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Rite Aid Valuation - $6 to $8 Billion

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Rite Aid Valuation - $6 to $8 Billion

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Rite Valuation - $6 to $8

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Diverse Roth IRA

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InnerScope Hearing Technologies (OTC: INND) Launches HearingAssist Brand of OTC Rechargeable Hearing Aids on Walgreens.com

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InnerScope Hearing Technologies (OTC: INND) Launches HearingAssist Brand of OTC Rechargeable Hearing Aids on Walgreens.com $INND

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The death of the Pill King

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WBA Puts?

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$490 --> $1800 $WBA puts

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Walgreens bad earnings & lower guidance, downgraded too today

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Planning a move for the week. NKE or WBA?

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Why Doesn’t Stock Price Follow EPS?

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Found a low price stock!

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Ichan and his ilk

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2023-04-10 Wrinkle Brain Plays - In the style of Edna Mode

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2023-04-06 Wrinkle Brain Plays - In the style of Buzz Lightyear

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Walgreens Boots Q2 earnings on deck, what to expect (NASDAQ:WBA)

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Newsom slams Walgreens, says California will cease doing business with company. Short $WBA.

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How to Get Passive Income from Dividend Stocks

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(12/9) Friday's Pre-Market Stock Movers & News

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Regarding the most feasible education investment option for my kids

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Name of healthcare stock that was getting acquired but got canceled.

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Does a good dividend yield influence your likelihood of cashing in on gains?

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Rite Aid Valuation - Updated

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Rite Aid Valuation according to what Walgreen offered($17.2 Billion)!!

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Rite Aid Valuation according to what Walgreen offered($17.2 Billion)!!

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Rite Aid Valuation according to what Walgreen offered($17.2 Billion)!!

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Rite Aid Valuation according to what Walgreen offered($17.2 Billion)!!

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Weekly Preview: Earnings to Watch This Week (MU, NKE, WBA)

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Choosing between BBY vs WBA?

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What's starting to entice you?

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Is Wednesday better then Thursday for weekly options?

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My Investment journey of 2 years

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RAD Scam!

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$WBA Walgreens beats earnings expectations after omicron-fueled demand for tests and boosters lifted sales

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Rite Aid isn't going Bankrupt.

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Healthcare - Small review on the Healthcare sector

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Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene just disclosed a February 22nd purchase of stock in Lockheed Martin. The stock is up over 20% in the two weeks since her purchase.

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Today I bought stocks to try and feel better.

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$RAD is on Top 50 Shorted Stocks as of 01/31/22

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$WBA Other Non Operating Income Expenses

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U.S. lawmakers traded an estimated $355 million of stock last year. These were the biggest buyers and sellers

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Rite Aid Short Percentages Increased as of 12/31/21 Report

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Rite Aid Short Percentages Increased as of 12/31/21 Report

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2022 Dogs of the Dow

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Anyone else seeing huge value opportunities in this market?

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Rite Aid Short Squeeze is Imminent!

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Rite Aid Short Percentages - 22.58%

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Rite Aid Short Percentages - 22.58%

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Could Rite Aid Be In Play?

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$RAD Short Squeeze is Imminent!

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Rite Aid Short Squeeze is Imminent!

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RAD Short Squeeze is Imminent!

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RAD Short Squeeze is Imminent!

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Rite Aid Short Squeeze is Imminent!!

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Rite Aid Short Squeeze is Imminent!!

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Rite Aid short squeeze imminent!!

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Thinking about buying a LEAP in Rite Aid(RAD)

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$PFE came out with an effective pill to manage Covid, guess where they sell it? Retail /specialty pharmacy $CVS $WBA

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WBA June 2022 and MEOH April 2022 leaps tanking. Keep holding or roll?

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If you had to pick only 10 stocks to invest in what would they be?

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RITE AID (RAD) earnings Thursday before the bell.....an OG meme stock discussion

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WBA/CVS will benefit from vaccine mandates and potential 3rd shot?

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Dips I'm Eyeing for Tomorrow 9/10/21

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Walgreens DD ($WBA): Safe Stock, Selling at a Discount, 4% Dividend, Improving Business --> Price Target $74 (50% upside).

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Walgreens DD ($WBA): Safe Stock, Selling at a Discount, 4% Dividend, Improving Business --> Price Target $74 (50% upside).

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Walgreens DD ($WBA): Safe Stock, Selling at a Discount, 4% Dividend, Improving Business --> Price Target $74 (50% upside).

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MOST OPTIMISTIC CRYPTOS/TICKERS week of (8/30 - 9/3)

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Walgreens DD ($WBA): Safe Stock, Selling at a Discount, 4% Dividend, Improving Business --> Price Target $74 (50% upside).

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BBBY: Undervalued and Overshorted

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WBA forming cup and handle? Novice here, advice appreciated

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Position Advice

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Selling winners, buying other stocks

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$WBA Boomer stock with double bagger potential

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Dividend aristocrat covered call strategy update

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My top 5 dividend stocks right now. What are yours?

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My top 5 dividend stocks right now. What are yours?

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My First DD: $WBA Walgreens The Wonder Stock

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Stocks for inflation/ raised rates

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As a trader/investor there are bad days, weeks, months, even quarters.. We rarely have bad years, so please do not get down on yourself

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As a trader/investor there are bad days, weeks, months, even quarters.. We rarely have bad years, so please do not get down on yourself and remember we must live to see another day! Earnings season is coming in full swing and it will be judgement day!

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As a trader/investor there are bad days, weeks, months, even quarters.. We rarely have bad years, so please do not get down on yourself and remember we must live to see another day! Earnings season is coming in full swing and it will be judgement day!

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Why Wallgreens ($WBA) is THE rebound play for July and August

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COVID Booster Shot = $$$ for $WBA

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Walgreens vs CVS - Which is a better buy?

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Walgreen vs CVS

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Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA)

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Blame dogshit like INTC and WBA for keeping it down. NVDA can’t be added to that index fast enough

SMCI could be the next to be added to the Nasdaq 100. WBA could get dropped.

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BGFV and WBA have been my kryptonite

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WBA Walgreens Boots Alliance is the place to be, easy double from here

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Walgreens stock ticker WBA an easy double from current price... 1 - 2 - 3 GO TEAM WALGREENS!

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Walgreens, ticker WBA, I like the stock

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WBA Walgreens Boots Alliance ... LOOKING FOR GROUP

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WBA Walgreens Boots Alliance... I like the stock

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Two very interesting news stories stood out to me. One on banks and other CVS. American Banker showing significantly improving delinquencies: https://www.americanbanker.com/news/credit-card-borrowers-are-starting-to-show-greater-strength-new-data-indicates There is already a lot of good data showing fears of CC delinquencies are overblown because while the worst profile borrowers have high delinquencies, their actual % share of total debt is far lower than 2019 and GFC / dotcom. But it is still good to know at least for now, things are starting to actually trending the other way. CVS I feel pretty iffy on even though it looks like a very attractive value play, this story from MT Newswires confirms my bias: >CVS Health (CVS) store-brand medications have a higher recall rate than competitors due to quality issues at factories, including contaminated water in production, drugs being too potent and manufacturing oversight, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday. >Over the past decade, CVS's store-brand medications have been recalled about two times more than those from Walgreens Boots Alliance (WBA) and three times more than those from Walmart (WMT), according to a Bloomberg analysis of public records. >Kevin Schulman, a professor of medicine at Stanford University, told Bloomberg that large drug purchasers like pharmacies and hospitals have little incentive to choose suppliers based on quality. >While CVS claims to prioritize manufacturing and sourcing standards, the report said that over the last decade, CVS hired at least 15 manufacturers that were cited for manufacturing problems, more than twice as many as its largest rival, Walgreens. >It added that there were 133 recalls of CVS store-brand drugs -- an average of more than one a month -- in that time frame for both pediatric and adult medications, while Walgreens had 70 recalls over the same period and Walmart had 51. It's possible my interpretation is actually wrong. It is bullish because they are cutting corners a bit it seems 😅. And customers may not notice or be able to do much about it if their insurer forces them into CVS.

I know the theory. But your examples are exactly why I don’t do it anymore. WBA and CVS are bother terrible businesses (I know - I have owned them both). 😀

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The point of a long/short position is to be roughly 'neutral' overall in terms of market exposure, but still profit on the relative performance of the two companies. For another example, suppose you think CVS and WBA are both shitty businesses but that CVS outperforms WBA. Then a long/short position on CVS/WBA would express that trade without forcing you to be long a bad type of company, or short it overall if the sector happens to do well. It is complicated (which is why the above post is just posing a hypothetical notion), but a pretty common strategy. For example, you might be bullish both NVDA/AMD but think NVDA outperforms AMD, and do a long NVDA/short AMD trade. Remove your bet about the overall semi sector, make it just about one firm outperforming another.

Chatter about NVDA inclusion into the Dow starting to fire up again. Dump beta cuck WBA from the Dow.

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That's probably true if I think about it. You should totally buy INTC, WBA, BMY, WHR. They are very good stocks and I'm not holding the bag or anything like that

Shorting WBA, reimbursement from prescription insurance is way lower, stores shutting down and not being staffed.

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I hear that! Of course, I couldn't let this go in my mind though....MO is actually a dividend King, so they likely would get kicked out of a number of funds if they cut their dividend. However, neither they nor PM show up in most list of the aristocrats, or in the fund holdings so I'm not sure there either....I'm not sure if this is an ESG thing or what. I'm honestly baffled. Also, WBA was the other big name that got the boot from the aristocrats list back in February. The stock has been on a steady drawdown for years, so I can't identify any specific trend there either.

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I think VFC and WBA could do well if they actually execute. I wouldn’t touch BA with a 10-foot pole though

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No VFC or WBA from the bargain bin for you? What about BA?

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WBA short squeeze, get in we're going to make america great again

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all in on WBA

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in for the absolutely massive WBA short squeeze and reversal that is primed to happen

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WBA is going to get acquired by a PE firm within the next 12 months I am guessing and then they will sell the parts to CVS or to others.

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I was just coming here to ask about WBA. 13 Billion Dollar market Cap and they do revenue of 130 billion a year. Yeah they aren't making money but still...

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CVS/WBA week after week no buyers. Not interested in either but impressed at the persistence of the selling.

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Well 1st stock is a scam. Second u buy a stock based on what the company competitive advantage. Apple makes iPhone, nobody else does. Microsoft makes windows and also nobody does. what the actual f are  $WBA, $iPhones, and $SJM. Walgreens just sell the same crap that Amazon sells but for more. Simon property manages real estate. Unless America lets you build wherever the hell you want, I don't see how Simon stock goes skyrocket. And Smucker is just a food company that sells food, the same crap that anyone else can. So yes they are cheap stock for those simple reasons.

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So what did you do end up doing with WBA?

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He lived thru the dotcom collapse, the 2008 recession, 2010 flash crash, 2015 sell off before the pandemic. Don't be so quick to dismiss his advice. Just because you implemented it poorly and tied your money up in declining stocks, doesn't mean he's to blame. It's hard when things are going well to keep cash on the sidelines. Some people were living that on Thursday. FWIW I'm holding some WBA myself now on recent moves to tighten their finances and drop Boots.

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WBA doesn't even kiss me before entering me raw. Just nonconsensual penetration for hours every morning, and I don't know how to get out of it 😭

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Shame. You and your dad must have different priorities. He looks income focused. I’m 59, retired, my child’s portfolio, which I manage, is much different from mine. She’s 22 and can wait out the larger downward swings. I own SJM and did own WBA. You should have been watching your stocks. WBA should have been jettisoned a while ago.

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ALSO OP’S DAD HAS SOME WEIRD ASS LOGIC. “Focus on cheap businesses.” Like… do they not both realise that cheap businesses are cheap for a reason. OP isn’t talking about market overreactions that lend their way to opportunity buys. They’re talking about businesses like WBA that have been in the rut for so long no one wants them.

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I swear when people say they are value investors on Reddit it just means they picked stocks that are performing like shit. But don’t actually have value. If you are using value investing correctly I don’t know why you would’ve invested in WBA

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Time to buy WBA.

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Value investing is a good long term strategy. Where your dad failed was the fact that Apple was at a P/E ratio of around 15 and Microsoft at around 20 in 2017, and both these companies were super strong, good moat, growing businesses. That's value. You brought up SPG, SJM, and WBA. All of these companies were trading around or higher multiples during this time, with a worse moat, almost no revenue growth, and a less diverse strong business. Your dad doesn't sound like a value investor, he sounds like an fool. Buy great businesses at good prices, and you'll do well.

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Ehh WBA has been tough but I’ve done well buying unloved, non-tech stocks. Still own a huge position in a Nasdaq fund but big bets on XOM, LEN, TAP have paid off handsomely.

# Walgreens Boots Alliance, Inc. (WBA) is too cheap to ignore , any red flags ?

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Much better off with WBA

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When Jim was pushing Walgreens hard a few years ago, I know Jim was a fraud. He went hard for his travel and trust in Walgreens. WBA hit a all time low today...

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Imagine buying WBA when you could instead buy the best tech companies and shitcos in the world. Lmao...just lmao.

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WBA must've said fuck 🇮🇱 or something

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Dude they better not take my WBA away from me. Where else can I get my photos printed beer bought and Drumsticks.

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WBA at a 26 year low.

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MMM - down almost 25% on shares held since 2015 WBA - down 55% and 63% on shares purchased in 2020 and 2021 T - down 35% overall on shares purchased 2017-2020 VZ - down 23% overall on shares purchased 2015-2020 I've ridden out some drops over the years. I've realized some losses to off set gains elsewhere.

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PYPL is extremely guidance/earnings-reliant, more than your average stock due to the poor sentiment. A lot of capitulation in shorts, longs, and overall activity. The stock is almost inactive, until it’s not.  Most of the bad news and sentiment is realized/priced. If it’s public knowledge, it’s understood at the evaluation. PayPal is no top company, but it’s fundamentals are good. Pot odds are to the upside, no doubt. Definitely not a value trap like PARA or WBA, something to that extent

Current positions: short RDDT, ROOT, ACHR, TSLA, KOSS. Long WBA

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Why is CVS down? I've noticed WBA has been terrible too. Seen a few Walgreens actually being closed in Phoenix. Did that business model expand too much or is it an outdated brick and mortar or what?

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Wasn't Walgreens (WBA) an original meme stock too?

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Close to 52 week lows - PZZA & WBA!!![gif](emote|free_emotes_pack|heart_eyes)

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I love super beaten up stocks with lots of risk. I’d buy more CSIQ. I might consider buying VFC or WBA. As far as hot tech I like ANET but only on dips. 

Check out WBA. It's been beaten down but it was up with 5.63 short interest.

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>Dividends from quality companies like Pepsi, Microsoft, Waste Management, etc.. are NOT "fools' gold". These are quality companies that have a long history of paying and increasing dividends every year. >**Pepsi** = 51 years of dividend payment and dividend growth >**Microsoft** = 19 years of dividend payment and dividend growth >**Waste Management** = 20 years of dividend payment and dividend growth Now let's look at a few other Dividend Aristocrats over the years: * **Walgreens** (WBA) = 47 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until January 2024 * **AT&T** (T) = 36 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until 2021 * **Pitney Bowes** (PBI) = 31 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until 2013 * **Eli Lilly** (LLY) = 43 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until 2010 * **General Electric** (GE) = 32 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until 2009 * **Pfizer** (PFE) = 41 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until 2009 * **KeyCorp** (KEY) = 43 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until 2009 * **Avery Dennison** (AVY) = 32 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until 2009 * **U.S. Bancorp** (USB) = 36 years of dividend payment and dividend growth, until 2008 Then there's Kodak, Polaroid, General Motors... the list of fallen Dividend Aristocrats is longer than the list of current ones. Survivor bias is a foundation of sand on which to build a retirement portfolio.

WBA popping hard on news roaringkitty is seeking deep value in hammered stock holllyyy shiittttt this is it boys

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Does WBA go tits up first or CVS

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I honestly don't see how anyone didn't expect this, comparing ARM to NVDA or AMD or any other American chip stock is like comparing WBA to AMZN. Also 1300 P/E guys

Why is WBA struggling so much? I was told women's basketball is popular now ![img](emote|t5_2th52|31225)

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AMZN is killing CVS and WBA.

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Recent moves / thoughts: - Yesterday completely sold out of CVS, added a little BTU as it dipped into the 21s (which is a bit silly). Dropped a big chunk into VTI/VXUS as usual. - Today added bit more HCC. For what it worth, I 'only' have about 5% of my total portfolio in coal (3 companies). I think the largest I ever had was maybe 7-8%? I'm actually pretty risk averse when it comes to concentrated positions in individual stocks. And how much I mention a stock on Reddit doesn't necessarily correlate well to how big my positions are... Granted if HCC becomes very cheap, I will sell out of some existing positions to move funds there. - Very strong day for small cap value - UI: anticipating one more bad earnings print and then I'm quite happy - TSLA forward P/E now up to 80 as earnings estimates come down... Earnings season sucks sometimes because it's so unpredictable. You can do all the DD you want but ultimately you have to just guess if a company is thriving or not. After the fact you can come up with all sorts of post-hoc rationalizations, but many of those reasonings applied in previous quarters too when the earnings were great. E.g., consumer is tapped out is something I have heard since early 2022... it's now mid 2024. So that excuse for some of the fast food companies didn't really work until recently (and still hasn't, e.g., for Chipotle). ## CVS Yesterday had sold completely out of CVS. The more I read about why the numbers are so bad, the more I think the company may just be uninvestible. The bull case about CVS is its non-retail segments (retail is and always will be a disaster long term--see WBA, RiteAid, et al). The 70B - 80B Medicare Advantage business was supposed to be a major cash cow in the future for the company. Instead, the medical benefits ratio is skyrocketing, from 85% to over 90%. (Meaning 90% of the revenue from premiums is going toward healthcare costs). The federal government's CMS (who sets the premium rates for these MA plans) pays CVS for administrating the plans, and is now refusing to raise rates. So the MA business is stuck being unprofitable (-3 to -4% margins) for the near future. Oak Street/Signify are likely still loss-producing. Don't care if the company has a near term bounce or if the CMS suddenly becomes extra generous or something. Right now, based on the data I have, this is a low quality company and I don't want my money sitting there. (The dividend payouts were pretty chunky though)

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> Any reason for long term (20+ years) not to buy these dips on CVS, SBUX, PFE? PFE is not well managed but probably got to the point of being overhated, CVS could easily go nowhere much for years. CVS is in a better situation than WBA but that's not saying much. SBUX is okay but not without concerns. I'd say at least 2/3 of these names turn out to be and/or continue to be value traps. Also, a lot of people talk about being "long-term" then get increasingly frustrated when 6-12-18 months go by and the name in question is underperforming while they see other things ramping higher.

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* CVS - could go the way of WBA * SBUX - there challenges are real and go beyond expensive lattes. I'm not sure they are unsolvable but management needs to demonstrate they have a good plan that is working. They can't just blame weak consumers when competitors are taking market share. * PFE - weightloss and pipeline is not a guaranteed slam dunk. You could certainly argue that they are priced for all the risks but just want to point out there are reasons.

What about WBA ? They will be in championship 

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What about WBA lol? It’s like CVS except even riskier lmao

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CVS probably doesn't have much downside at this point but it doesn't have tremendous upside either. The pivot to more services hasn't worked for WBA/WMT and it likely won't for CVS. The retail pharmacy business is likely to continue to shrink. That lowering of guidance yesterday was so bad that they should have preannounced. New management would not surprise me if nothing improves as the year goes on.

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WBA has 139 Billion in rev and just under a 15 Billion market cap ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271) Some of the greatest dogshit leaders of all time to manage that ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)

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Calls tlry, calls coin, calls gld, puts WBA

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I don't believe in reflexively buying a dip just because the price has fallen, especially when it is prompted by a real deterioration in the earnings of the company. CVS is already in a difficult industry (a diversified analogue of WBA, which has crashed and burned the last decade), so yet more cost pressures, unfavorable medical benefits ratio trends, government payouts, regulatory scrutiny is not something I want to buy the dip in. SBUX I think has more potential to demonstrate a turnaround. But this earnings disappointment was so severe I think you're going to see a steady stream of analyst downgrades that show the forward P/E rising significantly despite the price drop. The interview by Jim Cramer of the SBUX CEO was atrocious. - Why didn't they pre-announce? "Oh we wanted our 'action plan' in place". - You blamed severe weather. Why didn't any of the other coffee stores (public/private) blame it? Nobody else saw a negative number. Is this about the price hikes being too much? "We didn't communicate the value to the occasional customer well enough, our core customer base was fine" - Why was there sequential decline in active members (noting the YoY was an increase)? You said it was just the occasional customer shopping less? "Again, we need to do better job in communicating value. Those who were active for more than 90 days were fine."

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> WMT, AMZN, UNH, and TDOC all struggling or shuttering telehealth segments WBA wrote off pretty much their entire investment in clinic operator VillageMD recently is another example.

BTSG WBA PFE to the moon!

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I got WBA Puts for 17.5 on 5/17 what should I do?? ![img](emote|t5_2th52|4271)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4260)![img](emote|t5_2th52|4640)

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I've been doing it for 2 years and for all the time and effort, I've only made a couple grand. I also have unrealized losses on stocks I totally ate shit on. I'm still chipping away at those losses one month at a time. Here's a perfect example. I bought WBA at $30.70 cost basis and sold a covered call on it, hoping to capture the dividend and get rid of it the same month. It's steadily declined and I kept selling calls at the 20 Delta trying to make some money. I haven't made nearly enough selling calls this whole time to make up for the fact it is currently sitting around $18 a share. It's not as easy as a "free money glitch."

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When do I buy WBA?

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I thinkk this has already been happening which is why boomer stocks like IBM, INTC, WBA, etc. are dropping. Boomers been cashing out and no one under the age of 50 is investing in IBM

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i Bought WBA, UNG, PFE, CSCO, BMY, VALE, and Swiss Chocolate... i'm full GREEEEEEN !!!!

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Thoughts on $WBA? Currently a falling knife due to the surprise loss, thinking next earrings will see recovery.

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WBA -women's basketball stock

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LVWR AuDC short… WBA GRAB MYTE long

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https://finviz.com/quote.ashx?t=WBA&ta=1&p=d&ty=rv https://finviz.com/quote.ashx?t=CVS&ta=1&p=d&ty=rv I had it open already in case anyone is curious. Tl'dr: Walgreens depends on retail for 25% of their revenue. For CVS, that's 7%.

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not exactly the same thing - CVS is a health insurance co/PBM (Aetna, Caremark etc.) first and foremost, with some brick and mortar shit holes that are similar to WBA. Still that chart looks like ass.

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WBA rebound to 21.00

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Well. I always buy stable companies when they are low and wait for them to rebound. WBA was unstable, but they made some changes over the last 6 months and seem to be focused on being profitable again… and their last quarterly report and seeing them buying their own stock last week convinced me. 

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Please buy WBA, as it is the lowest it’s been in almost 30 years and it spent the ladt 30 years averaging 6 dollars a share higher… AND it just beat profit expectations by 40 percent. The CFO just bought 6000 shares last week.. LETS GO!!!!

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Maybe the simplest is to do a simple Dogs of the Dow portfolio and hold 10 stocks. And reallocate once a year. So - for 2024 - that would VZ, MMM, DOW, WBA, CVX, IBM, KO, CSCO, AMGN, JNJ

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Deepest value stock out there right now: WBA. Trading at 1998 levels

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I am holding a bunch of WBA at 30…this is ridiculous

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currently in $PFE 29c 6/21 $T 17c 5/17 $CCL 17c 5/17 $INTC 40c 5/17 $WBA 20c 5/17, just looking to swing things for minimum 50%

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WBA, offloaded 100->65 shares

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STC $WBA 20c 4/26 @.38 from .25 (52%) and STC $CHWY 16c 4/19 @1.28 from .65 (96.9%)

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WBA calls

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