I am removing $UAM from the Watch List

If you still were invested in UAM as of today, you saw the price drop the $14 per share that you received in cash due to their transaction with CVS.

As a basic rule of thumb, whenever a company adds 10% or sells 10% of their business you should probably sit back and not hold that company for a quarter or two. Major changes to the corporate structure are often followed by a lower than average performance. Often, too many employees are worried about how to structure the resulting company and are not spending enough time growing revenue and profitability. It is safer to let the company find its way as you invest your hard earned cash elsewhere.

I will look at UAM again in the future.

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