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NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Did you miss last night's "Mad Money" on CNBC? If so, here are Jim Cramer's top takeaways for today's trading.
CVS Health (CVS ): Health care cost containment remains a hot sector, Cramer told viewers, and CVS, a drugstore chain that also comes with a built-in pharmacy benefit manager, is among the best of breed. Shares of CVS are up 74% over the past two years, but that may only be just the beginning.
CVS currently has over 71 million members in its pharmacy benefit program, a business that generated $7.5 billion in new business. The company also has a specialty pharmacy business that is taking market share.
Then there are CVS' 7,800 locations throughout the U.S. which command a respectable 21% market share. These stores may only have posted 1.2% same-store sales growth when they last reported. Considering the company's bold move to stop selling tobacco, sales are still strong.
Yet, despite all these positives, and the recent announcement that CVS is acquiring Omnicare for $12.7 billion, CVS still trades for just 17.3 times earnings, the cheapest of its peers.