Hey, investors.

I've been interested in the healthcare sector quite a bit lately. Because I see a lot of potential in it.

Medicine in general has made huge strides recently, whether it's the production of weight loss drugs, for example, or the production of robots for surgery.

I have $JNJ-0.4% and $CVS-0.9% in my portfolio so far, but I'm still thinking about $MDT-0.4%, which is the company that makes the robots for surgery.

MDT

Medtronic

MDT
$79.15 -$0.33 -0.42%
Capital Structure
Market Cap
101.9B
Enterpr. Val.
126.7B
Valuation
P/E
28.8
P/S
3.1

How do you look at this sector and do you have any stocks from this sector in your portfolio?


I have $CVS-0.9% and I'm still watching $PFE-1.5%. Exceedingly good prices, I'd say. 😁

I don't follow Medtronic, so I can't give you much advice here. For myself, I like JNJ, CVS and LLY.

In the long run, I'm still considering Moderna or Pfizer basically based on this article. It says they have a significant scientific lead that will be apparent by the end of the decade

https://www.theguardian.com/society/2023/apr/07/cancer-and-heart-disease-vaccines-ready-by-end-of-the-decade

I have$CVS-0.9% in my portfolio, it's a great company. I don't study the others in detail, but the future is promising in this sector.

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