Rite Aid Corp. (RAD)

9.64
0.20 2.03
NYSE : Retail Trade
Prev Close 9.84
Open 9.91
Day Low/High 9.45 / 10.05
52 Wk Low/High 5.04 / 27.20
Volume 1.66M
Avg Volume 2.78M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 54.88M
Market Cap 567.96M
EPS -15.10
P/E Ratio N/A
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)
What Makes a Bull Market?

What Makes a Bull Market?

You're looking at one.

Penney's Turn Is for Real

Penney's Turn Is for Real

There will be setbacks, but it's coming back.

Fitz Bits: Boring but Rewarding

Fitz Bits: Boring but Rewarding

Let's look at few retailers and drug stores that are working.

Time for the Fed to Sell

Time for the Fed to Sell

The high-quality bond shortage is that acute.

Drugstore Cowboys Ride Higher

Drugstore Cowboys Ride Higher

Three stocks present two distinct trading options.

Rite Aid numbers boosted at JP Morgan

Rite Aid price target upped at Jefferies

Lessons From Rite Aid

Lessons From Rite Aid

Investing during times of pessimism can yield a big payoff.

Shares of Rite Aid Soar After Trumping Analysts' 2015 Forecasts

Shares of Rite Aid Soar After Trumping Analysts' 2015 Forecasts

Rite Aid said it expects its pharmacy sourcing deal with McKesson as well as new and higher-priced generic drugs to drive sales in 2015.

Day Ahead: Jobs, Fed Don't Move the Needle

Day Ahead: Jobs, Fed Don't Move the Needle

Futures point lower; GM makes a move as recall probe widens.

More Room to Fall

More Room to Fall

Despite the decline, the Arms Index is still not becoming overly bearish.

Pharmacy Sales Help Walgreens, Rite Aid Overcome Delayed Easter

Pharmacy Sales Help Walgreens, Rite Aid Overcome Delayed Easter

The largest and third-largest drugstore chains reported a drop in front-end sales which were offset by an increase in pharmacy and prescription drug income.

Jim Cramer's Investment Theme is Embrace 'The New Frugality'

Jim Cramer's Investment Theme is Embrace 'The New Frugality'

Jim Cramer says following the recession, 'people just are not spending the way that they used to' and investors can take advantage of this thesis by looking at Cedar Fair and Six Flags.

Becoming Overbought

Becoming Overbought

The Arms Index is reaching levels that typically precede a pullback.

Going With the Sector Flow

Going With the Sector Flow

What's setting the turnstiles in motion?

A Trio of Breakouts

A Trio of Breakouts

Jazz Pharma, Qihoo and Rite-Aid are all on fire today.

Where the Bargains Are

Where the Bargains Are

Consolidation is the key to finding them.

Sacked by Guidance

Sacked by Guidance

A tepid outlook calls into question everything you thought was good.

New Insight Into Retail Investors

New Insight Into Retail Investors

I've been pleasantly surprised by my conversations with folks at my recent book signings.

Rite Aid upgraded at JP Morgan

Rite Aid Shares Down on 2014 Outlook

Rite Aid Shares Down on 2014 Outlook

Shares of Rite Aid are down after the company lowered its profit forecast and revenue outlook for the year.

The Day Ahead: Overhang Hangover

The Day Ahead: Overhang Hangover

Update: Futures pull back after a stunning Wednesday rally.

The Single-Digit Comeback Kids

The Single-Digit Comeback Kids

These three stocks saw amazing gains and could again in 2014.

Buying Hated Stocks Works

Buying Hated Stocks Works

Companies in distress can be great investment opportunities.

A Hedged Way to Play Retail

A Hedged Way to Play Retail

I sense consumers may hold spending flat with last year.

Balm for Your Portfolio

Balm for Your Portfolio

For Rite Aid, patience is starting to pay off.

Taking Cues From the Insiders

Taking Cues From the Insiders

Against this difficult backdrop, insider activity can serve as a useful guide for our next move.

Shop Elsewhere

Shop Elsewhere

Some of the worst charts in the market right now belong to some high-profile retailers.

Stocks Love Fed's Bond Addiction

Stocks Love Fed's Bond Addiction

Stocks are moving higher as the Fed said it will keep buying bonds. Rite Aid is up and Pier One is down, Take Two is a steal.

Fed Meeting Takes Center Stage

Fed Meeting Takes Center Stage

The biggest event next week will be the Federal Reserve meeting, when it will address tapering of its bond-buying program.