CardioNet (beat) Stock Research
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Company Description: CardioNet, Inc., founded in 1994, offers systems to allow for the monitoring of patient clinical information. Its CardioNet System incorporates a patient-worn sensor that captures electrocardiogram (ECG) data which is automatically transmitted to a monitoring center for the real time detection of arrhythmias. The company offers other monitoring services, including the digital storage of heartbeats and pacemaker monitoring. Headquartered in Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, CardioNet offers products primarily to cardiologists and electrophysiologists Update
Health Care Industry Research & Analysis: The health care industry depends on the care of health-related services by professionals for the benefit of patients. Medical device markers, insurance companies, pharmaceutical drug developers and government institutions are major participants in the treatment of sick, injured and disabled patients. Health Care Trading Strategy: Health Care stocks tend to be less sensitive to economic changes. Look for undervalued health care investments at any point in the business cycle when stock prices are low. However, biotech, employment staffing and insurance companies may all decrease during recessions for different reasons. Government intervention is another important factor in health care investments, since government spending in health care is a very large portion of overall health care spending. When governments change spending plans, different sub-sectors in the industry are significantly affected. Upward sloping stock charts and financial news may indicate a selling opportunity while the opposite means that stocks are becoming undervalued.
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Strategy: CardioNet has a narrow focus that serves a particular customer niche with either a unique product or with a low cost advantage over competitors. (read more). Competitive Advantages:
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