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CVS Reporting Earnings Before the Bell


CVS, CVS Health Corp.

CVS crossed its 200-day MA with its earnings on tap before the bell.

Released on Wednesday, February 20, 2019, 5:30 AM ET
by Email Russ UrbanContact SpeculatingStocks

Pittsburgh, PA (SpeculatingStocks) - CVS Health Corp. (NYSE:CVS) looks cheap heading into earnings before the bell in a few hours today. CVS trades at a PE of less than 25 with a current PE of 22.98. CVS is trading at only about 2.5x book value. The company has grown revenue the last three quarters from $45.6 billion to $46.7 billion and to $47.2 billion in its most recent quarter. Profit last quarter came in at $1.39 billion. You can see why the excitement for CVS earnings is building.

Earnings per share out of CVS is expected to be between $1.24 and $1.26 for Q4, according to analysts. Back on November 28th, CVS completed its acquisition of Aetna. CVS has been moving from being a prescription pharmacy to a healthcare company. CVS with this earnings report can be proven to be a best of breed healthcare company trading at a market cap of $90 billion.

CVS just crossed over its 200-day moving average on Tuesday, February 19th. CVS shares traded north of $100 in 2015, and have a 52-week high of $82.15.

Look out for positive earnings out of CVS. If so, it will go a long way towards Wall Street viewing CVS as a best of breed company throughout 2019.

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Russ Urban has been following the stock market for over 18 years and holds a Bachelor's Degree in Finance. From a young age, he watched CNBC with a keen eye and became obsessed with the market and technology. Russ Urban has written hundreds of stock articles and stock picks through the years since he founded, Inc. in 2006 and holds strong faith in the power of the markets and capitalism.

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