In yesterday’s session, the market changed course to erase earlier gains, dragging the major indices into negative territory for the week. The Nasdaq led yesterday’s declines with a 2.51% loss. Earnings season officially begins today, with several big banks reporting to cap off the week. Let’s see if the banks can inspire yet another turnaround before closing bell.
“Big Tech stocks are selling off so dramatically as a product of, ‘yes U.S. rates are likely to go up further this year,’ but also as investors rotate into value and cyclical trades,” said Ed Moya, senior market analyst at Oanda.
Today we’re highlighting a value name that is likely to do well in the coming months, regardless of whether the bulls will steer the ship in 2022.
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CVS Health Corporation (CVS). The pharmacy innovation company recently outlined its long-term growth strategy at its 2021 Investor Day, aiming at capitalizing on the significant market opportunity to make healthcare more convenient, personalized, and affordable for consumers. The company will optimize the retail portfolio to serve as community health destinations by closing nearly 900 stores over the next three years to reduce store density and ensure it has the right kinds of stores in suitable locations for consumers and the business.
Moreover, CVS Health is driving a digital-first, technology-forward approach that will expand its reach and engagement with its more than 35 million online members. The company will also enhance omnichannel health services to meet the needs of consumers as and when required.
For 2021, the company projects total revenues of at least $290.30 billion. The company’s adjusted earnings per share (EPS) is expected to be at least $8.00. Cash flow from operations is expected to be at least $13.50 billion.
CVS Health also presented a long-term outlook and growth targets. As part of its long-term growth trajectory, the company targets a return to low double-digit adjusted EPS growth in 2024 and beyond.
Goldman Sachs analyst Nathan Rich recently initiated coverage of CVS with a Buy rating and $121 price target. The analyst started the U.S. Managed Care sector with a positive outlook and sees potential for 13% annual earnings growth for the large-cap names over the next two years. He sees “under-appreciated optionality” in CVS’s new provider-focused strategy, with leverage to the value-based care theme and “strong” underlying fundamentals.
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