Ask a Fool: Dos and Don'ts of Investing in Rite Aid

In this video, consumer goods analyst Blake Bos takes a question from a Fool reader, who asks, "Rite Aid  is up 86% YTD. Has it peaked for the year or does it have upside potential?"

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aandreolij

Visiting Rite Aid stores I am impressed with customer service, product line, rewards program, numbers of customers in the store and store atmosphere. So I like Rite AID to continue improvement.

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