The US equity markets have seen a tremendous rally since the start of the year and it is gradually getting to a point where decent to attractive valuations are becoming difficult to find. But there are still some stocks whose prices have not grown to the same magnitude to the overall market. Examples of these stocks include Parker Drilling (NYSE: PKD), Triple-S Management (NYSE: GTS), and National Western (NASDAQ: NWLImore »)
According to Morgan Stanley; Healthcare is an attractive sector in the U.S and rates the reasons as achievable earnings estimates, rich cash flows, and modest valuations.
Dow average dumps Kraft Foods (NASDAQ: KRFT) for UnitedHealth Group (NYSE: UNH). The second oldest most closely watched U.S. benchmark said it was dropping Kraft because it is about to become a much smaller company after spinning off its North American grocery 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 »