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Molina Healthcare, Inc. (MOH)
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This one is an interesting stock. Up 3% on a day like today. They serve the medicaid community $MOH. Should be promising going forward.
Liberal Dem healthcare or not, someone has to pay for it, and if there's a program paying, then that's when the stocks should stay solid.
Price movement is not all about earnings, it's about forward guidance. All health insurers $ UNH, $ANTM, $MOH will issue lowered guidance for as long as both political parties keep the conversation up on lowering health care expenses and the Medicare-For-All proposed by Bernie Sanders and socialists. Note that I said "socialist" not "democrat" because democrats want Obamacare, socialist want Medicare-for-all. Unfortunately, the socialist ma have highjacked the Democratic Party and become their (loud) voice (Bernie, Alexandria O Cortez).
Funny this quarter guidance is 16 bills revenue down from 17 bill revenue which is like 6% and the shares corrected 6% today but their EPS guidance is well north of 9.00 which is at least guidance. Hmm - buy here at 132 maybe? I don't know if United Health has anything to do with it. But Molina is a solid company. Unless there is a big miss on April 29, hey could go way up. That's only 17 days away. A beat will cause a huge runup if it's not already pricing in by then.
All health insurers are crashing 7% so far since market open today, $UNH, $ANTM, $MOH. You have Bernie Sanders and socialists to thank for the negative sentiments.
Democrats introducing bill for Universal Healthcare For All. Unaffordable and will never pass. The president will veto if it does pass. Consider this a buying op.
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Molina Healthcare is up 5.08% to 268.17
It will cut in half tomorrow when they publish news at 1:00PM today?
I have no info just watching the trades.. I bought after hearing an analyst report that MOH would be bought out soon.. this was 5 or so weeks ago.. then I see a big trade AH and me thinks coming soon.. I added.. good luck
buy now ?
From Dow Jones: Molina Healthcare Swings to Quarterly Profit, Forecasts Strong Annual Profit Growth
4:28 PM ET 2/11/19 | Dow Jones
4:02 PM ET 2/11/19
By Maria Armental
Molina Healthcare Inc. swung to a profit in the latest period and forecast strong profit growth this year, but the revenue forecast missed Wall Street targets.
Overall, Molina reported a fourth-quarter profit of $201 million, or $3.01 a share, compared with a year-earlier loss of $262 million, or $4.59 a share, driven by impairment charges.
This year, Molina forecasts profit of $9.25 to $9.75 a share on about $16.3 billion in revenue, compared with projections from analysts polled by FactSet of $9.02 a share on $17.15 billion in revenue.
Write to Maria Armental at email@example.com
> Dow Jones Newswires
February 11, 2019 16:28 ET (21:28 GMT)
Copyright (c) 2019 Dow Jones & Company, Inc.
who would buy this ? 1% profit margin projected and their operations are a mess..better off buying treasuries
10% drop in 2days UNH, brutal. 22% drop since Oct 2018 high while the indices have recovered and reached all time high. That's how much health insurers UNH has lagged the market. $MOH, $ANTM
I see 124-125 close on ruling challanges.
Would someone try to explain to me why MOH has gone up when repeal of the individual mandate implies that fewer people will be able to afford health insurance and healthcare providers will have fewer patients that can afford high premiums for their medical care?
1 year chart shows a recent cup and handle. come on up baby!!!
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Molina Healthcare is down 5.27% to 245.50
Doesn't make a whole lot of sense why they would fire the Molina brothers as CEO/CFO but yet allow them to remain on Board? Molina family still owns anywhere 20-25% of the company but this recent management shuffle makes a takeover much more likely now. Given the operational and margin issues not sure what an aquirer would pay, but it's a good brand and "cheapest" of the Managed Care companies available now
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