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-0.2% and $CVS+0.0% in my portfolio so far, but I'm still thinking about $MDT+0.7%, which is the company that makes the robots for surgery.
How do you look at this sector and do you have any stocks from this sector in your portfolio?
I have $CVS+0.0% and I'm still watching $PFE-0.3%. Exceedingly good prices, I'd say. 😁
I agree, $PFE-0.3% is at a really nice price point.
Since the positive news about diet pills (you may have seen my recent post), the price is practically back again. Great opportunity.
Yeah, that's for sure😁
I don't follow Medtronic, so I can't give you much advice here. For myself, I like JNJ, CVS and LLY.
I'm not familiar with LLY, but I will definitely check this company out.
Thank you for the tip
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
I've been thinking about these companies too. I personally like Pfizer $PFE-0.3% better.
Thank you for the link
I have$CVS+0.0% in my portfolio, it's a great company. I don't study the others in detail, but the future is promising in this sector.
I have$CVS+0.0% in my portfolio as well and I agree with you. It's a great company.