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McKesson Corp. engages in the provision of supply chain management solutions, retail pharmacy, community oncology and specialty care, and healthcare information technology. It operates through the McKesson Distribution Solutions and McKesson Technology Solutions business segments. Read More The McKesson Distribution Solutions segment istributes brand, generic, specialty, biosimilar and over-the-counter pharmaceutical drugs and other healthcare-related products worldwide. The McKesson Technology Solutions segment provides clinical, financial, and supply chain management solutions to healthcare organizations. The company was founded by John McKesson and Charles Olcott in 1833 and is headquartered in Wilmington, DE.
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Seeking AlphaMar 19
Keep On Buying McKesson
McKesson (MCK) dominates pharmaceutical distribution along with its peers Cardinal Health (CAH) and AmerisourceBergen (ABC). The oligopoly offers investors strong barriers to entry, and in McKesson’s case, adequate value creation to consider an investment.
Long or Short: McKesson Corporation (NYSE: MCK)
McKesson Corporation is part of the healthcare sector and trades as part of the medical distribution industry. The company CEO is John H. Hammergren. McKesson Corp provides medicines, pharmaceutical supplies, information and care management products and services across the healthcare industry. It operates with two segments namely McKesson Distribution Solutions and McKesson Technology Solutions. Previous Intraday Trading Performance: The MCK stock showed a previous change of 1.77% with an open at 119.81 a...
Seeking AlphaMar 17
McKesson: Don't Sell Into Pending Upmove
Our McKesson (NYSE:MCK) position has been a laggard in our portfolio for quite some time now. Despite managing to rally aggressively out of its December low last year, shares came right back down towards the $110 mark before printing what we hope will end up being a final bottom here. The problem though with depressed stocks is that they can take their time to return to rallying mode. McKesson at present trades with a book multiple of 2.5 and a cash flow multiple of 7.5. These numbers are significantly belo...
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