The charts of the life sciences company suggest its stock could make a large upside move.
Healthcare Services Group is a 'left to right' growth mid-cap stock that's now reasonably priced.
Here's how we would trade the blue chip stock.
CVS is an undervalued health care stock with a solid dividend yield above 3%.
Let's review the charts and indicators.
Most of the indicators are still bullish in this name, although some profit-taking may be occurring.
The provider of medical protective equipment should consolidate its July gains so it can build a new upper-level base.
Value customers drive move away luxury pot products.
Short-term traders may want to nail down profits and be careful in their trading strategy with this name.
It might be a good time to buy the stock because of its recent pullback, but there also is an ETF traders might consider if the telemedicine sector is of interest.