UnitedHealthGroup Inc. is doing great. America’s largest health insurer released first-quarter results April 16 that beat analysts’ expectations, and it raised full-year earnings guidance. That’s par for the course for the company, which hasn’t missed a consensus EPS estimate for a decade. Why is it, then, that UnitedHealth’s stock doesn’t entirely reflect that? Shares of…
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