Rite Aid Corp (RAD)
$7.40 0.20 (2.78%)
19:43 EDT RAD Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $4.68
Market Cap 7.89B
PE Ratio -21.76
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 2.29M
Day's Range 7.12 - 7.50
52-Week Range 0.43 - 11.37
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
RAD Stock Predictions, Articles, and Rite Aid Corp News
- From InvestorPlace
- From the Web
With the RAD stock price down 95%, value investors might be intrigued. But there are better risk-adjusted plays than Rite Aid stock.
As with most investments, the future of Rite Aid stock depends on millennials. Here, new Rite Aid CEO Heyward Donigan has both an opportunity as well as significant risks.
Despite its cheap price, Rite Aid stock is hardly what you would call a discount. Instead, it’s a junk equity that you should steer clear from, considering that it doesn’t have an Amazon Counter-like catalyst in the foreseeable future.
RAD stock has been in an awful downtrend... for 15 years. But there's still some value and opportunity here.
By David Moadel
Rite Aid stock is not for the faint of heart, but RAD stock could surprise the critics and enrich the intrepid.
The Amazon deal with Rite Aid has only made RAD stock temporarily interesting. But to sustain momentum, the pharmacy needs a much deeper partnership with the e-commerce giant.
A unique Amazon partnership provides a glimmer of hope for RAD stock, but don't bet on that glimmer of hope until it gets brighter.
Heyward Donigan isn't the reason RAD stock has tanked of late. But, if she doesn't appreciate where Rite Aid is wasting money, she may be the reason Rite Aid stock continues to lose ground.
A package pick-up service sounds promising for Rite Aid, but just like the RAD stock price chart, it’s an uphill battle.
The Amazon catalyst gives RAD stock unique breakout potential from today's depressed levels, but that potential is accompanied by ample risk.
Fundamentally, speculators in Rite Aid stock are ignoring the demographic tailwind that the retail pharmacy’s deal with Amazon provides.
Rite Aid’s partnership with Amazon might have put some life in the RAD stock price, but Rite Aid stock is still nothing but cheap trash.
Rite Aid, iQiyi, KB Home, Pier 1 and ConAgra are all on the move Thursday. Here are our top stock trades as a result.
CVS stock has been bleeding for four years. Now, the light at the end of the tunnel is here for CVS Health.
The stock charts of FITB, MRO and INFO stock are on the verge of major moves. Here's what to look for today.
Walgreens stock tanked after the company reported weak second-quarter results and issued a light outlook, but there's opportunity here.
From The Motley Fool
Thursday’s Midday Movers: Whiting Petroleum Corp (WLL), Rite Aid Corp (RAD), Seagate Tech (STX), Aerie Pharma (AERI), SunPower Corp (SPWR)
From Analyst Ratings
So far Thursday, September 19, NASDAQ is up 0.58% and the S&P is up 0.35%. Let’s take a look at this morning’s most active stocks and their recent analyst insights; Whiting Petroleum Corp (WLL – Research Report), Rite Aid Corp (RAD – Research Report), Seagate Tech (STX – Research Report), Aerie Pharma (AERI – Research
Navellier RatingsPowered by Portfolio Grader
10 Stocks Set for Monster Growth
He found Apple at $4… Oracle at $6… Amazon at $40… Now legendary growth investor Louis Navellier is giving away his latest Research Report — for FREE!
Download your FREE COPY!