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AET - Aetna Inc.

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About Aetna

Aetna is one of the nation’s leading diversified health care benefits companies, serving approximately 36.5 million people with information and resources to help them make better informed decisions about their health care. Aetna offers a broad range of traditional and consumer-directed health insurance products and related services, including medical, pharmacy, dental, behavioral health, group life and disability plans, and medical management capabilities and health care management services for Medicaid plans. Our customers include employer groups, individuals, college students, part-time and hourly workers, health plans, governmental units, government-sponsored plans, labor groups and expatriates. For more information, see www.aetna.com



Aetna
Media Contact:
Fred Laberge, 860-273-4788
labergear@aetna.com
or
Investor Contact:
Jeff Chaffkin, CFA, 860-273-7830
chaffkinj@aetna.com


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getting down near the 18.00 supp. area
this could be big....hold or break down hard cotinues ???

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My first find with Stock Fetcher.
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It might be about time to start selling all these stocks short, no?

I mean, we're on the verge of Hillary Care, or Obama Care, or whatever it's going to be called where there will be no more private insurance and no more private pay health care in the United States. Instead, we're going to have government bought and paid for, rationed, healthcare. Like Canada and the UK have where the slogan is, "Patience, we'll get to you eventually, hopefully before you're dead."

With that in mind, won't all these companies become worthless here pretty soon?
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It might be about time to start selling all these stocks short, no?

I mean, we're on the verge of Hillary Care, or Obama Care, or whatever it's going to be called where there will be no more private insurance and no more private pay health care in the United States. Instead, we're going to have government bought and paid for, rationed, healthcare. Like Canada and the UK have where the slogan is, "Patience, we'll get to you eventually, hopefully before you're dead."

With that in mind, won't all these companies become worthless here pretty soon?
uh, no. We are not going to a fully national plan and it's never been proposed like that.
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volume in the JULY 30 calls
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volume in the JULY 30 calls
hope they were selling...
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hope they were selling...
I know....stock getting crushed. Is there any way to find out if options were bought at the ask or sold into the bid?
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answered my own question....

The Najarians have some software that tells you buys & sells

http://www.optionsstore.com/review_of_optionmonster
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I hope the PUTS aren't too expensive by the time the market opens up tomorrow morning

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Originally Posted by eastcoast_trader View Post
answered my own question....

The Najarians have some software that tells you buys & sells

http://www.optionsstore.com/review_of_optionmonster
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i think it's a little overbought here, should pull back to 25
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This is coming off an oversold area- I took a nice position at $25.95 last week... target $30.00
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shorted some here
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shorted some here
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Aetna (AET) estimates upped at Morgan Stanley through 2013. Company should continue to deliver solid growth. Equal-weight rating.

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Aetna (AET) estimates upped at Morgan Stanley through 2013. Company should continue to deliver solid growth. Equal-weight rating.



I've been long for a short while from 46.13. Anyone else on this baby?

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hmmm.... ive been looking at this and a few others lately. i dont have any health related stocks....

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