Novo Nordisk is one of the world’s major pharmaceutical companies supplying insulin for the treatment of diabetes, and insulin is its main business.
The impact of the Inflation Reduction Act on US stocks
In order to reduce the impact of inflation on the US economy, raise more taxes to fight inflation. U.S. President Joe Biden sign a $430 billion “Inflation Reduction
Act” on August 16, 2022.
Big pharma spin-offs, and advantages to invest them
The following are the three big pharma spin-offs I know of in the past ten years. These three pharmaceutical companies are all world-renowned super pharmaceutical companies
The next No. 1 pharmaceutical leader AbbVie
AbbVie’s (ticker: ABBV) parent company, Abbott (ticker: ABT), was founded in 1888 by Wallace C. Abbott.
Cardiac device maker Abiomed acquired by Johnson & Johnson
In section 3-4, page 152 of my book “The Rules of 10 Baggers”, when I discuss the rising star of medical equipment, I use the company ABIOMED as an example.
How the best AAA credit rating Johnson & Johnson makes money?
Johnson & Johnson is a important US listed company
Abbott, the world’s most important medical device and nutritional food supplier, how does it make money?
Abbott, the world’s most important medical device and nutritional food supplier, Abbott was founded in 1888 by Wallace C. Abbott. Abbott’s main business is pharmaceuticals (which was spun off into an independent public company AbbVie in 2013, ticker: ABBV), medical devices, and nutritional products,
Stable Dow Component Merck, how does it make money?
Stable Dow Component Merck, Merck (ticker: MRK) Since the mid-20th century, Merck, a component of the Dow Jones Index, has been the top pharmaceutical company because Merck spends more on research and development than other companies.
Dividend-rich industries and 6 big differences from Taiwan
US stocks’ dividend-rich industries and difference from Taiwan
Israel stock market and tech giants
Israel stock market and tech giants, The total GDP of Israel is 311.7 billion U.S. dollars, ranking 35th in the world; but its per capita GDP is as high as 476.02 million U.S. dollars, and Taiwan’s is 327.47 million U.S. dollars (IMF data)