IHE - iShares U.S. Pharmaceuticals ETF

NYSEArca - NYSEArca Delayed Price. Currency in USD
145.08
-0.54 (-0.37%)
At close: 3:59PM EDT
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Previous Close145.62
Open145.72
Bid0.00 x 800
Ask0.00 x 800
Day's Range144.66 - 145.72
52 Week Range131.91 - 170.26
Volume4,486
Avg. Volume11,246
Net Assets369.48M
NAV145.57
PE Ratio (TTM)N/A
Yield1.22%
YTD Return4.19%
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.04
Expense Ratio (net)0.43%
Inception Date2006-05-01
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  • Healthcare ETFs in Focus on JNJ's Q2 Earnings Beat
    Zacks6 days ago

    Healthcare ETFs in Focus on JNJ's Q2 Earnings Beat

    Johnson & Johnson beat the second-quarter earnings and revenue estimates but warned on competition from generics and biosimilars that could impact its third-quarter results.

  • ETF Trends9 days ago

    4 Hot Pharmaceutical ETFs

    Pharmaceutical ETFs invest in stocks of companies that are involved in the research, development, manufacture, sale or distribution of pharmaceuticals and drugs of all types. With Johnson and Johnson continuing ...

  • AbbVie to Buy Allergan: Prescribed ETFs
    Zacks27 days ago

    AbbVie to Buy Allergan: Prescribed ETFs

    AbbVie has agreed to buy Botox-maker Allergan for $63 billion in a cash-and-stock deal. The news has put the spotlight on a number of healthcare ETFs.

  • ETF Trends28 days ago

    AbbVie, Allergan Deal Puts Spotlight on Pharmaceutical ETFs

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  • ETF Trends2 months ago

    Legal Troubles Beset Pharmaceutical Sector ETFs

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  • Pharma ETFs Down Despite Solid Q1 Results
    Zacks2 months ago

    Pharma ETFs Down Despite Solid Q1 Results

    Despite such robust results, pharma ETFs have been trending downward in a month.

  • ETF Trends3 months ago

    Pharmaceutical ETFs Catch Healthcare Contagion

    The retreat in healthcare stocks is bleeding over, with areas like pharmaceutical sector exchange traded funds being dragged down by association. The iShares U.S. Pharmaceuticals ETF (IHE) continued its downward spiral Thursday, falling 0.4%. “Clearly, huge stock impacts to HCA and managed care can’t be ignored and ‘collateral damage’ to sub-sectors like biopharma in the following days are reflective of a view that mutual funds are drawing down and souring” on health care, Jefferies analyst Michael Yee wrote in a note, according to Bloomberg.

  • JNJ Beats, Ups Sales Growth View: Healthcare ETFs in Focus
    Zacks3 months ago

    JNJ Beats, Ups Sales Growth View: Healthcare ETFs in Focus

    Johnson & Johnson continued its long streak of earnings beat and also outpaced revenue estimates. Though it raised the guidance for full-year sales growth, it tightened the earnings per share forecast.

  • ETF Trends3 months ago

    4 ETFs to Consider with Big Pharma on the Senate’s Hot Seat

    Big pharmaceutical companies were on the hot seat at Capitol Hill today with CVS Health, Cigna, Prime Therapeutics, Humana, and UnitedHealthcare's OptumRx testifying before the Senate Finance Committee on the rising cost of prescription drugs. Among the topics discussed included rebates paid by drug makers contributing to the high costs and the drug industry's pursuit of profits--all to shift the blame from the pharmaceutical companies to the drug makers. U.S. President Donald Trump has already lambasted the pharmaceutical industry for the rising costs associated with prescription drugs.

  • Why These Pharma ETFs Rallied on Thursday
    Zacks5 months ago

    Why These Pharma ETFs Rallied on Thursday

    A few pharma ETFs hit a one-month high on Feb 28. Why?

  • Should You Invest in the VanEck Vectors Pharmaceutical ETF (PPH)?
    Zacks5 months ago

    Should You Invest in the VanEck Vectors Pharmaceutical ETF (PPH)?

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  • Is Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky Earning His Pay?
    InvestorPlace5 months ago

    Is Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky Earning His Pay?

    In the almost seven years that Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) CEO Alex Gorsky has been in the top job, JNJ stock has achieved a cumulative total return of 155.5% (through Feb. 12). Gorsky took charge of the large-cap healthcare company on April 26, 2012. He's managed to deliver an annualized total return of 14.7%.Source: Shutterstock Shareholders must be pleased with their returns. Does that mean Gorsky's earned his pay as CEO?Maybe. Maybe not. InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsIf we lived our lives in a vacuum, Gorsky's performance would be enough to answer "yes" to the question. However, we don't. Johnson & Johnson, like all publicly traded stocks, have benchmarks to live up to. No, I'm not saying that it has to beat the S&P 500 index and its peers every year, but over the long haul, JNJ stock ought to at least keep up with them. * 10 Best Dividend Stocks to Buy for the Next 10 Months Over the same period, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF (NYSEARCA:SPY) and the iShares US Pharmaceuticals ETF (NYSEARCA:IHE) achieved cumulative total returns of 128.9% and 99.7% respectively. So, in terms of performance, JNJ stock has easily met and exceeded shareholder expectations. From that vantage point, It's easy to how shareholders might view Gorsky's compensation as irrelevant, but it's not. Why?What happens if JNJ stock underperforms over the next seven years relative to the index and its peers? All of a sudden paying a person $29 million a year doesn't seem so smart; especially when you consider that Johnson & Johnson could get a similar result at half that fat paycheck.Big corporations like to throw out the rationalization that they have to provide this level of compensation to remain competitive. It's a bald-faced lie. There are plenty of qualified candidates in the U.S. that could handle the job at half the compensation. I'm sure of it. The truth is, if CEO compensation were an investable stock, anyone who invested in those shares between 1978 and 2017, would be wealthy. "CEO compensation has grown far faster than stock prices or corporate profits. CEO compensation rose by 979% (based on stock options granted) or 1,070% (based on stock options realized) between 1978 and 2017," Fast Company reported in August 2018. "The corresponding 637% growth in the stock market (S&P index) was far lower."You can debate the relevance of these numbers all you want but Alex Gorsky, like most CEOs, is replaceable. How Much Does Gorsky Make?I won't bore you with the details regarding salary, cash bonuses, pension plans, etc. I'm merely going to provide a table that shows how many of Gorsky's stock and option awards have vested since becoming CEO in 2012. You can decide if the largess amassed is worth it. Alex Gorsky's Stock Vested 2013-2017Year Stock Awards Value Today 2017 151,654 $20,345,901 2016 114,875 $15,411,630 2015 63,716 $8,548,139 2014 12,058 $1,617,701 2013 9,981 $1,339,051 2012 20,791 $2,789,321 Total 373,075 $50,051,743Source: SEC Corporate FilingsI guess $50 million doesn't seem like a lot over six years for a CEO of a $360 billion company. And it isn't. However, when you consider there are several candidates at JNJ who could do the job, it's a lot of money going out the door for someone who essentially won the CEO lottery.Oh, and one last thing. * Buy These 5 Stocks to Play the Megatrend of the Century As of fiscal 2017, Gorsky had 2.8 million stock options, both exercisable and unexercisable, at prices between $62 and $116, so they're all in the money. Were he to exercise all of the options at today's stock price, they'd be worth $376 million. Is Gorsky Earning His Pay?As I noted in kicking off this piece, shareholders probably don't care about overpaying Gorsky, given the returns of JNJ stock since he became CEO. However, like America, if you don't speak up about what's wrong with the country, you get what you deserve. Eventually, Johnson & Johnson stock is going to revert to the mean and when it does, Alex Gorsky won't be sitting nearly as pretty. As of this writing Will Ashworth did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. More From InvestorPlace * 2 Toxic Pot Stocks You Should Avoid * 9 U.S. Stocks That Are Coming to Life Again * The 7 Best Video Game Stocks to Power Up Your Portfolio! * 5 Tips to Become a Better Stock Trader Compare Brokers The post Is Johnson & Johnson CEO Alex Gorsky Earning His Pay? appeared first on InvestorPlace.

  • A Look at Pharma ETFs Post Q4 Results
    Zacks5 months ago

    A Look at Pharma ETFs Post Q4 Results

    The strong results but downbeat guidance led to decent returns in the pharma ETFs over the past month.

  • JNJ Beats, Offers Bleak Outlook: Health Care ETFs in Focus
    Zacks6 months ago

    JNJ Beats, Offers Bleak Outlook: Health Care ETFs in Focus

    Johnson & Johnson expects its sales growth to slow down this year due to pricing pressures and generic-drug competition for its pharmaceutical division. This has put healthcare ETFs in focus.

  • Bristol-Myers to Acquire Celgene: Healthcare ETFs in Focus
    Zacks7 months ago

    Bristol-Myers to Acquire Celgene: Healthcare ETFs in Focus

    The news has put the spotlight on a number of healthcare ETFs, especially biotech and pharma, which could be the best ways for investors to tap the opportunity arising from the BMY-CELG deal.

  • How Vanda Pharmaceuticals’ Product Portfolio Has Performed
    Market Realist7 months ago

    How Vanda Pharmaceuticals’ Product Portfolio Has Performed

    In the first nine months of 2018, Vanda Pharmaceuticals’ (VNDA) Hetlioz sales grew ~28% YoY to reach $83.4 million from $65.0 million. Fanapt earned revenues of $56.7 million in this period, reflecting ~2% YoY growth. In the third quarter, Hetlioz and Fanapt reported revenues of $29.9 million and $19.2 million, respectively, reflecting ~34% and ~1% YoY growth.

  • Pfizer’s Inlyta and Recent Developments in Its Oncology Business
    Market Realist7 months ago

    Pfizer’s Inlyta and Recent Developments in Its Oncology Business

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  • ETF Trends7 months ago

    Healthcare ETFs Looked Pale on Reports J&J Knew About Asbestos in Baby Powder

    Healthcare sector-related ETFs appeared sickly Friday as Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) dragged down the segment in response to reports that the company knew for decades that its baby powder contained asbestos. Healthcare stocks retreated after Reuters reported that the pharma giant knew for decades that the cancer-causing asbestos were found in its Baby Powder. In an examination of company memos, internal reports and other confidential documents, Reuters found that J&J known about the presence of trace amounts of asbestos in its products from as early as 1971.

  • Merck’s Keytruda Had 80% Growth in the Third Quarter
    Market Realist9 months ago

    Merck’s Keytruda Had 80% Growth in the Third Quarter

    Merck & Co.’s (MRK) Keytruda generated revenues of $1.9 billion in the third quarter, reflecting an ~80% YoY growth and a 13% sequential growth. In the US and international markets, Keytruda generated revenues of $1.1 billion and $780 million, respectively, in the third quarter, compared to $604 million and $442 million, respectively, in the third quarter of 2017, reflecting an ~84% YoY growth and a ~76% YoY growth, respectively.

  • A Performance Review of JNJ’s Pulmonary Hypertension Business
    Market Realist9 months ago

    A Performance Review of JNJ’s Pulmonary Hypertension Business

    Johnson & Johnson’s (JNJ) pulmonary hypertension business generated revenue of $656.0 million in the third quarter compared to $632.0 million in the third quarter of 2017, reflecting ~3.8% YoY (year-over-year) growth.