Rite Aid Corp (RAD)
$8.56 0.24 (2.73%)
16:57 EDT RAD Stock Quote Delayed 15 Minutes
Previous Close $0.93
Market Cap 9.13B
PE Ratio -25.18
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 1.32M
Day's Range 8.50 - 8.91
52-Week Range 0.43 - 11.37
Dividend & Yield N/A (N/A)
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These eight penny stocks have gone from winners to losers, and while some of them could go back to being winners, not all of them will.
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.
Rather than trying desperately to find a buyer, Rite Aid will leverage their core strengths to bring value-add to their business. This is probably the best play available for Rite Aid stock.
By Thomas Niel
With this in mind, the stock is a hard pass. Investors likely can find more solid turnaround plays elsewhere. Given the volatility in the RAD stock prices, shares could shoot higher on speculation. But long term, Rite Aid stock is not a strong investment opportunity.
Rite Aid (NYSE:RAD) jumped more than 20% last week after exceeding second-quarter earnings guidance. The boost came at a good time. Rite Aid stock has....
Rite Aid (RAD) earnings for the second quarter of fiscal 2020 have RAD stock taking off on Thursday on a strong EPS beat.
With Rite Aid reporting Q2 earnings on Thursday, all eyes will focus on the pharmacy retailer’s forward guidance. Unfortunately, that might not be a good thing for RAD stock.
Rite Aid stock has a chance of recovering but the new CEO has plenty of work ahead. The company must grow prescription volumes and sales.
It was a slow session in the stock market today, with little gains showing up on Monday. Here's what happened in the U.S. stock market.
RAD stock looks tempting here in the midst of this lull, but what Rite Aid needs to do the most is the one thing that will be toughest to do.
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 is coming off of its best seven-day stretch in five years, but this rally may mean nothing in Rite Aid's bigger picture.
RAD stock has been in an awful downtrend... for 15 years. But there's still some value and opportunity here.
Having been gutted in the markets over the years, Rite Aid stock appeals to risk-tolerant contrarians. However, there are other names with similar upside potential but with much more stable fundamentals.
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