Web-enabled technology provider for the insurance sector, Health Insurance Innovations (NASDAQ: HIIQ) is posied to outperform. Its position as a crucial intermediary between insurance carriers and distributors has and will continue to allow the company to grow without significant capital investments or labor additions.
While the company exhibits the capabilities and abilities to design products that can adjust to a changing regulatory and economic context and does not underwrite any more »
For this article, I've researched dividend-paying companies in the Accident & Health Insurance industry. Also, to make sure I find the best gems, all three stocks mentioned in this article comply with the following criteria:
- Market Cap of more than 500 million and an average volume of at least 250K = Low Volatility = Low Beta
- DCF valuation discount of at least 20% = Earnings translating into cash flow
- PEG ratio of less more »
In a recent note to clients, Goldman Sachs’ analyst Robert D. Boroujerdi presented 23 buy-rated dividend stocks from various sectors that aim to increase shareholder value through a capital deployment strategy focused on a combination of dividends and share repurchases. All selected picks have sustainable payouts and look more attractive than bonds. The entire list of the featured stocks can be found here, courtesy of Business Insider. Below is a more »
Property casualty and health are two very different kinds of insurance, but they do share a lot of similarities between them. Both ultimately come down to one party (the insured) passing on its risk of catastrophic loss to another party (the insurance company). I was looking for a company to add some stability to my portfolio, and thought I'd share my results with my fellow Fools. All my results more »
Here is a current sheet of the biggest stocks within the accident and health insurance industry, a part of the financial sector. The whole industry contains 9 stocks of which 5 have a market capitalization above USD 1 billion.
The average P/E ratio amounts 11.3 while the average dividend yield amounts to 2.5 percent. Price to book ratio is 1.2. The companies work with an average more »