Amid fresh quarterly results from CVS Health (CVS) Tuesday, TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer says Walgreens (WBA) is the winner and CVS is the loser. "At a certain point I want to own CVS because it's a very fine company," Cramer says, adding that he owns Walgreens for his charitable trust and urges readers to keep an eye our for various notes and commentary on Walgreens from Action Alerts PLUS. CVS reported earnings for its most recent quarter Tuesday that beat Wall Street's estimates, but revenue fell short of expectations.
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