TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS co-portfolio managers Jim Cramer and Stephanie Link say they sold shares of WFM on April 29th when they didn't like what they were seeing ahead of the quarterly results report. Cramer says investors are showing an aversion to sticking by a company while it goes through a reinvention. Link says investors need to take a hard look at a stock which has reported disappointing results in 6 of the last 7 quarters. Earnings cut also means a multiple cut.

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