Is It the Rite Time to Leave Rite Aid?

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We love to get questions sent to us at And we love to answer those questions even more, such as this one:

Rite Aid has been an awesome turnaround play until recently, with shares pulling back over the last few days. Is now the rite time to get out?

--Mike F

In this episode of The Motley Fool's Where the Money Is, consumer-goods editor Mark Reeth has CG analyst Sean O'Reilly answer Mike's mail and break down the potential for Rite Aid now and in the future. The guys also take a minute to discuss the death of Major League Baseball great Tony Gwynn and chat about the opening-round victory by the U.S. men's soccer World Cup team against Ghana.

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