UnitedHealth Group Inc

UNH-N

NYSE:UNH

330.60
4.87 (1.50%)
UnitedHealth Group Inc. is an American for profit managed health care company based in Minnetonka, Minnesota. It is sixth in the United States on the Fortune 500.
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TOP PICK
October 16, 2007
Both a valuation and a growth story. On the growth side, 18% this year, 16% next year. Biggest risk is medical cost rising without the abilities to raise revenues. (unlikely).
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Both a valuation and a growth story. On the growth side, 18% this year, 16% next year. Biggest risk is medical cost rising without the abilities to raise revenues. (unlikely).
WEAK BUY
WEAK BUY
October 10, 2007
His model price is $52.39, which is a 7% upside. You could find more value elsewhere.
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His model price is $52.39, which is a 7% upside. You could find more value elsewhere.
SELL
SELL
July 21, 2006
His model price is $41.81 which is a -16%. If you own, sell some of your position now and if it gets up to $52.60, sell the rest.
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His model price is $41.81 which is a -16%. If you own, sell some of your position now and if it gets up to $52.60, sell the rest.
VAGUE
VAGUE
February 24, 2006
They've had a wonderful run in the last year, so you might want to take your profits off the table. However this is a good stock to hold and gradually buy over time.
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They've had a wonderful run in the last year, so you might want to take your profits off the table. However this is a good stock to hold and gradually buy over time.
BUY
BUY
July 19, 2005
One of the most efficient processors of health data in the US. In a good market position. Good long term hold.
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One of the most efficient processors of health data in the US. In a good market position. Good long term hold.
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March 29, 2005
US health care spending is 14% of GDP. This one is on the insurance side which is cost containment. Have done a terrific job of acquiring, rolling up, managing the network of physicians, keeping cost control, long record of accruing earnings. Valuation is about 16 X earnings. There are plenty of opportunities to consolidate the industry.
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US health care spending is 14% of GDP. This one is on the insurance side which is cost containment. Have done a terrific job of acquiring, rolling up, managing the network of physicians, keeping cost control, long record of accruing earnings. Valuation is about 16 X earnings. There are plenty of opportunities to consolidate the industry.
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December 17, 2004
With the Bush administration in power, this sector should do really well.
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With the Bush administration in power, this sector should do really well.
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October 1, 2004
Interested in large cap companies that are more value oriented. Can benefit from medicare reform.
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Interested in large cap companies that are more value oriented. Can benefit from medicare reform.
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July 16, 2004
Likes the recent merger with Oxford. Have been cost-cutting. Have a lot of potential with new products down the road. Potential for 20% earnings gain.
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Likes the recent merger with Oxford. Have been cost-cutting. Have a lot of potential with new products down the road. Potential for 20% earnings gain.
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March 26, 2004
19 million members and a national footprint.
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19 million members and a national footprint.
BUY
BUY
August 27, 2001
A good long term hold. Lots of opportunities, especially in health care in the US. Longer term there are the demographics of an aging population.
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A good long term hold. Lots of opportunities, especially in health care in the US. Longer term there are the demographics of an aging population.
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