Sunday, March 21, 2010

Health Care Plan: The Top Health Care Companies To Buy and To Sell

The Health Care plan is in everyone minds. It wil have profound implications for the health care industry worldwide. As readers know, we track the top global health care companies live here.

Here is the current status:

Performance since Jan 2009:






RSIs

We computed the relative strength values of all of them, and sorted by our preferred RSIA:



The most undervalued company is PFE and the teo top most overbought are BMY and NVO.


P/E

We also sorted them by Price/Earnings ratio (P/Es as reported by Google Financial):



Here the cheapest stock is again PFE, nearly half cheaper (P/E/ wise) than the 2nd cheapest MDT.

There is a whole collection of most expensive companies, starting with AMGN, followed by and JNJ, CVH, NVO, AET.


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3 comments:

Deming said...

Didn't see any hospitals listed.

IMO, the health care bill should be beneficial to hospitals. They'll be receiving payments for services left unpaid and written off in the past.

Of course true success depends on management, overall financial strength and corporate leadership too.

(FD: Minor long position on THC in IRA acc't)

Seamus

Deming said...

Correction: Apologies.

I do see some companies that own Hospitals on that list.

As always, DOYDD.

Seamus

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