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More CAPS members are feeling bullish about drugmaker Pfizer
Panic-stricken investors have fled even high-quality health-care stocks such as Pfizer and UnitedHealth Group
Pfizer's blockbuster drug Lipitor has seen huge growth over the past several years, trumping others like Merck’s
The push outside the U.S. is already delivering 59% of Pfizer's revenue, with third-quarter sales growing 13% internationally to offset a similar decline stateside. And several drugs including Viagra and Lyrica continue to deliver solid returns with double-digit sales growth. The $26 billion in cash and short term investments that sits on Pfizer's balance sheet could also be used to add to its pipeline and is enough even to go after Genzyme
In CAPS, more than 88% of the members rating Pfizer expect it to outperform the market. To see what the very best CAPS analysts are saying now about Pfizer -- as well as other winning stocks they are picking -- head on over to CAPS and have a look.
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Fool contributor Dave Mock upgrades his portfolio quarterly with reinvested dividends, because he owns shares of Pfizer. Pfizer and GlaxoSmithKline are Income Investor recommendations. UnitedHealth Group and Pfizer are Inside Value picks. UnitedHealth Group is a Stock Advisor recommendation. The Fool owns shares of UnitedHealth Group and Pfizer. The Fool's disclosure policy can tell if you're lying, so don't even try.