Cardinal Health (CAH) Is Supposed To Be Struggling Right Now…

Cardinal Health (CAH) Is Supposed To Be Struggling Right Now…

Cardinal Health is engaged in a price war with the 2 other large pharmaceutical distributors in its industry, AmerisourceBergen (ABC) and McKesson (MCK).

When companies have price wars, profits decline.  And that fear has pushed Cardinal Health’s price down.

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Cardinal Health

The company released its 2nd quarter results this morning.  Adjusted earnings-per-share actually rose 3% versus the same quarter a year ago (before the pricing pressure).

Cardinal Health is still growing even through a price war.

Cardinal Health’s pharmaceutical distribution segment saw operating profit decline 14%.  That was expected.  The company’s medical distribution segment saw operating profit surge 50%, however.

And, Cardinal Health increased its guidance for fiscal 2017.  The company is now expecting 2% to 5% adjusted earnings-per-share growth on the year, in what could’ve been a down year.

The market responded favorably to this news.  Cardinal Health is up 2.2% as of this writing while the market is flat.

Cardinal Health was one of the Top 10 recommendations in the Sure Dividend Newsletter’s newest edition, which just came out last Sunday.

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Cardinal Health has increased its dividend payments for 31 consecutive years.  The company is expected to generate 10%+ total returns over full economic cycles.  It still appears undervalued and has a 2.4% dividend yield.


Ben Reynolds

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