NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwire - Nov 8, 2012) - Companies in the wholesale drug industry, such as AmerisourceBergen and McKesson, have been doing an admirable job of late. Sales for many companies in the industry have contracted in recent quarterly reports, as the impact of lower priced generics take their toll. However, earnings have not followed the same trend in some cases, as select companies have effectively cut costs and improved margins. StBulls.com initiated technical analysis on AmerisourceBergen Corporation (
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With the major shift from brand-to-generic drugs continuing, companies that have a diversified portfolio of products could be better equipped to deal with the continued patent expirations. A wide range of product offerings are also a plus during times of economic uncertainty, as companies do not have to rely on the success of only a handful of products. In recent weeks, Drug wholesaler McKesson made steadfast their decision to acquire PSS World Medical in a bid to boost its portfolio of medical supplies and to develop its distribution. Our technical analysis on McKesson is available at
Also working in favor of the industry is the ageing baby-boomer population. The U.S. is currently witnessing 10,000 baby boomers per day crossing the 65-year-old mark, and this trend will continue for more than fifteen years. With older people generally requiring more medical attention, the industry could be well positioned for growth moving forward. Companies like AmerisourceBergen should also be able to take full advantage of the expanded healthcare coverage. Read our technical analysis on AmerisourceBergen at
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