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A health insurance giant, UnitedHealth Group serves more than 75 million people worldwide.
another Obamacare victim
America's health-care system is evolving at an incredible rate right now, and I believe UnitedHealth is in a great position to capitalize on the changes. Given the flood of new people needing health insurance because of the federal law -- and the growing role of Accountable Care Organizations, which get reimbursed based on outcomes rather than volumes -- UnitedHealth's use of larger-scale data science is a brilliant way for it to do business. I believe its recent acquisition of Catamaran -- one of my favorite Rule Breakers companies -- will help UnitedHealth improve America's health-care outcomes in a shareholder-friendly and profitable way. http://newsletters.fool.com/30/coverage/updates/2015/08/03/watch-list-addition-unitedhealth-group.aspx
Just tested the high. Sold off in the market today. Get it long
One of the massive providers who will continue to benefit from pricing, volume and consolidation. Steady performance for the long-term.
Todd Campbell piggy back: http://www.fool.com/investing/general/2015/05/18/the-best-blue-chip-stocks-to-buy.aspx
Growing membership and controlling costs. Recent pullback created a good buying opportunity for the long term. Industry is not going away and they are navigating very well.
Undervalued and improving as a business.
I already own this back from 2005 and bought more in Feb 2014 the balance sheet looks good. They bought our insurance company in 2003 so i know they are making a ton on that one.
BUY 105 TP 120 1YR EPS 12% 5YR EPS 9%
UNH BP 109 TP 120 outperform
cramer 25% increase
Healthcare money machine!!
Quarter after quarter UNH adds more enrollees to its vast insurance business. A profitable underwriter and a data-driven management team are the perfect fit in the post-ACA world. Optum will continue to grow and make the core business even stronger.
Sell-off looks over done.
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good buying opportunity after recent dip
An aging population and more people being forced to buy insurance.
Strong product and market leader in a growing field.
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