Rite Aid Corp (RAD)
$12.60 0.40 (3.08%)
19:59 EST RAD Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $12.60
Market Cap 13.44B
PE Ratio -37.06
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 4.67M
Day's Range 12.45 - 13.48
52-Week Range 0.43 - 23.88
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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Although Rite Aid stock has come a long way, the reality is that the fundamental picture is incredibly messy. Management must reveal more substance before investors have any confidence in the beleaguered company.
By David Moadel
Bargains in the health-care sector like RAD stock don't come along all that often. It's time to go against the grain and pick up some shares.
RAD stock nearly tripled in the last month of 2019, but Rite Aid stock subsequently fell and looks poised for more declines.
While you're going to the gym and starting a diet, why not make some investing resolutions? Try to avoid fad stocks and demand dividends.
By Ian Cooper
With a heavy debt load and mounting competition, Rite Aid stock is looking like one to avoid as we begin 2020.
General Mills, Tesla, Rite Aid and Medifast were our top stock trades from Thursday. Let's look at the charts going into Friday.
Rite Aid (RAD) earnings for the U.S. pharmacy company's third quarter of fiscal 2020 have RAD stock flying high on Thursday.
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These 5 stocks all have a real chance of winding up at zero — but if they can avoid that outcome, they could easily triple or more.
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By Ian Cooper
RAD stock hasn't benefited when management gave up selling electronic cigarettes while taking on CBD products. That's not the turnaround strategy it needs.
Believe it or not, Rite Aid has the opportunity to maximize its revenue profile. But getting there is a herculean task, leaving Rite Aid stock an avenue best left for speculators.
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RAD stock both rallied by 50% and dropped by 30% in September - and none of it had anything to do with the fundamentals of Rite Aid stock, which remain bad.
Rite Aid stock – don’t wait for any management-led turnaround. This pharmacy retailer is laden with debt, cash flow losses and no clear turnaround plan.
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