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Bank of America and Walgreens Most Active Stocks in Pre-Market Today on the NYSE

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Diane

Tucson, AZ

#1 Jun 19, 2012
Well, we know why Wags was so active!
pop

East Northport, NY

#2 Jun 19, 2012
europe is on the brink of collapse but these idiots spend 6 billion to buy a company there only to make it appear they are rebounding from express scripts
i hate these people and this place
nolongerwagslave

Fort Lauderdale, FL

#3 Jun 19, 2012
Check this out:
http://www.leap2020.eu/GEAB-N-66-is-available...
These guys have a pretty good track record.
Diane

Tucson, AZ

#4 Jun 19, 2012
pop wrote:
europe is on the brink of collapse but these idiots spend 6 billion to buy a company there only to make it appear they are rebounding from express scripts
i hate these people and this place
I do too. What the hell are they thinking?
pop - goes the weasel

Arlington Heights, IL

#5 Jul 19, 2012
Or, given today's announcement, they spent $6.7B because they knew exactly how close they were to finishing the deal with ESI and felt that they would be well-positioned (once that deal closed) to become a global player in the healthcare market.

Thanks to your short-sightedness, I was able to get it at what was almost a 52-week low. I'm excited to see where the stock lands in 6 months.

Since: Nov 12

Iligan City, Philippines

#8 Dec 3, 2014
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Raj Chanani

Fontana, CA

#9 Jul 24, 2015
I ran out of money in my checking and savings accounts. So, I sent an email to Bank of America to cancel my checking account and savings account. They closed the accounts and said that I can never open an account with Bank of America again. That it was too risky. In any event, I was able to open a new checking account with Chase instead.
Raj

Fontana, CA

#11 Sep 18, 2015
Oh, my god what am I going to do??

Bank of America wont open a checking account for me.

Robert Haft corporation does not want to see my resume.
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I opened a checking account with Chase Bank.

I applied to 100 companies and got 10 responses.
whcbd d

Arlington, VA

#12 Sep 19, 2015
When a company focuses on stock price and not its people it will fail. The focus is to be number 1, we are already number 1 just not in stock price. There are a few other things we arent but overall thats where the focus is. Guess what? Your average employee cant afford the stock.... Take your average cashier making 20k a year, lets say they do 4% into thier 401k thats 800 a year with the max of 2% in company stock so thats a whooping $16 in company stock a year in new stock. They could do the stock deduction but lets say they don't. The branding is totally wrong, why don't we have a goal to be number 1 in patients served, or number 1 in customer service. Something that is tangible to your foot soliders. The company is acting as though they are Caesar and they eat and drink while Rome burns. The problem is the leadership great companies have great leaders not great business men. Think of the great leaders in our past and in business today, what were they known for? Taking care of the employees, not that the employees dont work hard but why is google the number 1 place to work? We need to get back to basics.....
Gloomy Gus

Pompano Beach, FL

#13 Sep 19, 2015
The system can't afford to treat employees fairly anymore. Not when the competition has access to bottomless pools of cheap credit, slave labor overseas, and ability to take advantage of tax arbitrage and regulatory arbitrage.

What's worse is we've now hit debt saturation where adding more debt will actually be counterproductive even in the short term. We've entered the crack-up phase of a decades-long credit boom that really accelerated August 15th, 1971.
whcbd d

Baltimore, MD

#14 Sep 19, 2015
The system can allow to treat employees correctly. For example make the vision about being number 1 in marketshare of beauty products in the united states by 2019. Every day upper leadership preaches that, then wouldnt your stock price increase as sales do? Shift your staffing needs to do more on overnights and pay a little more but cut back because you dont need the added labor on days and pay a little more. Again same cost just different ways of doing it. There are ways to shift costs around and do it to "favor" the worker. Its about the message not about the cost.
Gloomy Gus

Pompano Beach, FL

#15 Sep 19, 2015
whcbd d wrote:
The system can allow to treat employees correctly. For example make the vision about being number 1 in marketshare of beauty products in the united states by 2019. Every day upper leadership preaches that, then wouldnt your stock price increase as sales do? Shift your staffing needs to do more on overnights and pay a little more but cut back because you dont need the added labor on days and pay a little more. Again same cost just different ways of doing it. There are ways to shift costs around and do it to "favor" the worker. Its about the message not about the cost.
Have you've seen the debt profile for this company? Do you know the real reason why the stock has been on a parabolic trend?

http://www.reuters.com/article/2009/10/15/wal...

Meredith Adler, an analyst with Barclays, told executives that their decision to buy back only $3 billion of its stock "a disservice to shareholders."
http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-wal...

http://www.selfdirectedinvestor.com/article/2...
whcbd d

Atlanta, GA

#16 Sep 19, 2015
The company makes money from its employees not its shareholders. It makes money from its stakeholders which includes employees. A company that forgets that it needs employees and how its pulse of its employees will do a huge disservice because it would ever live up to what it could be.
Gloomy Gus wrote:
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Have you've seen the debt profile for this company? Do you know the real reason why the stock has been on a parabolic trend?
http://www.reuters.com/article/2009/10/15/wal...
Meredith Adler, an analyst with Barclays, told executives that their decision to buy back only $3 billion of its stock "a disservice to shareholders."
http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-wal...
http://www.selfdirectedinvestor.com/article/2...
Gloomy Gus

Pompano Beach, FL

#17 Sep 19, 2015
whcbd d wrote:
The company makes money from its employees not its shareholders. It makes money from its stakeholders which includes employees. A company that forgets that it needs employees and how its pulse of its employees will do a huge disservice because it would ever live up to what it could be.
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You miss the point of how much debt has played into the growth of the company. How many times have you heard a Wags worker complain: " they have all this money to build new stores, but can't give us a COLA raise"? These new stores didn't come out of earnings for the most part. It was borrowed money.

Ever wonder how these major chains pop into existence? Like HHGregg coming to market on the heels of Circuit City going belly up. How was this possible? Junk bonds. Wall Street banks ever eager to sell to yield hungry pension funds managing OPM. Never mind the market for brick-n-mortar consumer electronics isn't there, that won't stop the Wall Street whores. Hell, you know what GS does after selling the debt or stock of a doomed company like HHGregg? It will take a short position against the stock and take derivative bets against the company debt.
Human

Fontana, CA

#24 Jan 17, 2016
Bank of America advertises that it is a great bank and that we should open a bank account with them. The sales and marketing department works hard to close deals, where the customer opens a bank account with Bank of America. The customer service and collections department works hard to close those accounts. Bank of America's collections department told me that they can't open an account for me for the rest of my life.

Talk about difference between marketing and collection departments.

https://www.bankofamerica.com/deposits/bank-a...
Human

Lawndale, CA

#29 Apr 14, 2016
Bank of America advertises that we should open a Bank account with them.

https://www.bankofamerica.com/deposits/saving...

Bank of America also says that they cannot ever open a Bank account for us because we opened and closed the bank account too many times.
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Have Marketing, Sales, Customer Service and Collections talk with each other.
Raj Chanani

Lawndale, CA

#30 Apr 15, 2016
I wish Bank of America well. I also wish JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Ameritrade, Datak, E*TRADE well.

I along with millions of people are trying to figure out a way to live life with a bank account. Why should other people hold onto our money? What will they get out of it? What if they get robbed? Why should we give our personal information to the bankers?

The Zebra, Horse, Cow, Dog, Cat, Tiger, Lion, Bear, Shark, Parana, Eagle, Vulture, Crow, Pigeon, Parrot, Ant, Spider, Trees, Plants are able to live without money, bank or broker. Why can't humans do that?

Since: Jul 11

Location hidden

#31 Apr 16, 2016
Raj Chanani wrote:
I wish Bank of America well. I also wish JP Morgan Chase, Citigroup, Ameritrade, Datak, E*TRADE well.
I along with millions of people are trying to figure out a way to live life with a bank account. Why should other people hold onto our money? What will they get out of it? What if they get robbed? Why should we give our personal information to the bankers?
The Zebra, Horse, Cow, Dog, Cat, Tiger, Lion, Bear, Shark, Parana, Eagle, Vulture, Crow, Pigeon, Parrot, Ant, Spider, Trees, Plants are able to live without money, bank or broker. Why can't humans do that?
And I am thinking the only forum jester is Thomas Lee, from Buffalo-NY.
You have proved me wrong.

Let me ask you a simple question: When was the last time you saw a "zebra" drive a Toyota truck?
I rest my case.
Cheever The Jester

Buffalo, NY

#32 Apr 16, 2016
Now, I figured out that David Cheever gave A Toyota Truck to his grand daughters and they Zebra around in New Jersey black Ghettos!

Be careful... They may not leave the area like A Match not being used!!!

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