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Best pharma stock for long term

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Best pharma stock for long term-traderjay wrote: ↑ Aug 19th, 2016 12:32 pm CXW took a hit too and is on the way back. What do you guys think of HAIN? A health/organic food/prod



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Aug 19th, 2016 12:50 pm

CXW took a hit too and is on the way back.

What do you guys think of HAIN? A health/organic food/product manufacturer that took at 25% haircut due to “accounting” issues?

Aug 19th, 2016 1:00 pm

Aug 19th, 2016 1:00 pm

All dependent on one’s own goals. I got into these due to the sizable dividend based on massive overreaction and undervaluation. Until dividend changes or shares become overvalued I have no reason to sell even though I’m currently sitting on 60% unrealized gains.

This was initially to be just a trade but the unknown was the actual potential BOP revenue erosion so I could handicap the risk/reward. Now that I know the actual BOP revenue erosion, it’s best to let these winners continue and just continue on with their business. This is why these stocks have rallied so much from the initial computer-driven sell off.

I truly believe the sell-off was due to algorithms reading the incorrectly quoted 50%+ revenue fallout from cancellation of BOP contracts. Strong enough momentum and trading halts force our market which is controlled 90% by algorithmic machines fueled by options to act fast, ask questions later (sorted by analysts later). Keep in mind that both of these stocks are 90% owned by institutions, the same ones who sold are coming back in. This is also typically a low beta stock so this volatility is most likely just a one-off event, it’s likely to eventually take the stairs up again once momentum cools off.

Aug 19th, 2016 1:04 pm

All dependent on one’s own goals. I got into these due to the sizable dividend based on massive overreaction and undervaluation. Until dividend changes or shares become overvalued I have no reason to sell even though I’m currently sitting on 60% unrealized gains.

This was initially to be just a trade but the unknown was the actual potential BOP revenue erosion so I could handicap the risk/reward. Now that I know the actual BOP revenue erosion, it’s best to let these winners continue and just continue on with their business. This is why these stocks have rallied so much from the initial computer-driven sell off.

I truly believe the sell-off was due to algorithms reading the incorrectly quoted 50%+ revenue fallout from cancellation of BOP contracts. Strong enough momentum and trading halts force our market which is controlled 90% by algorithmic machines fueled by options to act fast, ask questions later (sorted by analysts later). Keep in mind that both of these stocks are 90% owned by institutions, the same ones who sold are coming back in. This is also typically a low beta stock so this volatility is most likely just a one-off event, it’s likely to eventually take the stairs up again once momentum cools off.

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