Healthcare Sector Stocks
In this video, Chuck Carnevale, Co-Founder of FAST Graphs, a.k.a. Mr. Valuation will analyze the healthcare sector stocks and discuss the value of different companies within it. The healthcare sector is full of many really good companies with consistent, long term, above-average growth rates and many that have good, consistent, long-term dividend records.

He will use the FAST Graphs fundamentals analyzer software tool and explore the commonalities and differences among companies in the sector. He will highlight specific companies and their focus areas, such as pharmaceuticals and biotechnology. Chuck will also discuss valuation, growth rates, and dividend yields of these companies.

The whole point of these videos here is to give you some ideas of what companies in these various sectors actually look like, what they have in common and where the differences are. It is a market of stocks, not a stock market. And companies in various sectors will often hold key attributes that are basically germane to their sector, but different than a lot of the other sectors.

Like Chuck talked about utilities in the last video being low growth stocks, healthcare sector stocks have higher growth rates, pretty consistent operating histories, and the ones that do pay a dividend have pretty good long-term dividend records.

In this video Chuck will go over SPDR S&P 500 ETF Trust (SPY), Abbvie Inc (ABBV), Amgen (AMGN), Baxter International (BAX), Cigna Group (CI), Centene Corp (CNC), CVS Health (CVS), Davita Inc (DVA), Elevance Health (ELV), Schein Henry (HSIC), Intera Lifesciences Holdings (IART), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), Laboratory Corp of America (LH), Medtronic (MDT), Owens & Minor (OMI), Prestige Consumer Healthcare (PBH), Patterson Co (PDCO), Pfizer Inc (PFE), Select Medical Holdings (SEM), Universal Health Services (UHS).

— Chuck Carnevale

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Source: FAST Graphs