[Loch-Ruadh] US Stock Market: TRHL - Last Pick From .45 to 1.18...cherry
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Thu Oct 23 22:59:44 PDT 2003
UPSIDE INTERNATIONAL - Searching Out Stocks with Big Upside Potential...that have gone unnoticed until now.
Our last pick SUQU went from 0.45 to 1.18
Our New Pick is True Health, Inc. - TRHL - with revenues up by more than 412%
True Health, Inc.: TRHL
12-month range: 0.55-3.90 - SUQU went back to its previous high of 1.18, we believe TRHL can too - to its previous high of 3.90
BREAKING NEWS - PR Newswire-First Call - True Health Announces the Appointment of Ian Wylie as Chief Financial Officer - Mr. Wylie has held the position of Corporate Finance Manager at Del Monte Food Intl. Del Monte Foods Co. (NYSE: DLM) posted net sales of 2.171 billion for fiscal 2003. Mr. Wylie also held the same position at Countrywide Assured PLC, which included the oversight of 350 million pounds sterling (580 million dollars). Just prior to this announcement, Mr. Wylie was the Director of Town & Country Housing where he was responsible for the development of the company's growth strategies and overseeing an asset portfolio of 400 million pounds sterling (665 million dollars).
We are now seeing indicators with TRHL, the 20 - 50 Day MACD Oscillator is now indicating an upward trend, 20 Day Bollinger Bands have moved into a upward indication.
The US and international healthcare industry are currently in a major crisis. There is a huge shortage of skilled healthcare specialists, doctors and nurses, and since 9/11, many qualified professionals are finding it impossible to immigrate into countries desperately needing medical personnel.
True Health Incorporated is a full service specialist, medical equipment and medical professional supplier to the healthcare industry. Its primary clients are Great Britain's National Health Service (NHS), BUPA International and the private Nursing Home Industry. The Company also delivers recruitment services to the NHS; specializing in the provision of locem radiographers and nurses.
MD, NURSE SHORTAGES REACHING CRISIS LEVELS
WASHINGTON, (UPI) -- Shortages of surgeons, pharmacists and nurses in hospitals across the United States are reaching crisis levels and may worsen over the next several years, health care experts warned. The nursing shortage -- more than 126,000 positions currently remain unfilled -- has become so severe it is endangering the lives of patients and is a primary reason for overcrowding in emergency departments and cancellation of surgeries, according to a report by an Experts Roundtable panel convened by the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations. The Society for Thoracic Surgeons recently warned that a shortage of heart surgeons looms within a few years and a survey of hospitals found pharmacists, X-ray technicians and therapists are leaving at such an alarming rate it already is impacting the quality of care patients receive.
JOHNSON C0-SPONSORS LEGISLATION TO ADDRESS NURSE SHORTAGES
January 24, 2003 Washington, DC- U.S. Senator Tim Johnson (D-SD) recently co-sponsored the Nurse Reinvestment Act to address areas with critical nurse shortages in an effort to provide more opportunities to recruit and retain quality nurses. "Our national health care system has many problems that need to be addressed," Johnson said. "At the top of that is the severe shortage of nurses.
COLLEGE OF FAMILY PHYSICIANS OF CANADA
Past decisions with respect to health care reform have been made without complete or accurate information, and this has led to critical problems in the system such as doctor shortages and waiting lists.
TEXAS PUBLIC POLICY FOUNDATION
CHECK WITH YOUR DOCTOR FIRST - SEPTEMBER 03, 2003
TEXANS CAN CURE STATE'S MEDICAL CRISIS
Getting a second opinion is always a good idea, particularly when you have a serious medical problem. Today, Texans are suffering from a serious lack of medical care. The American Medical Association says the physician shortage has reached crisis proportions in Texas and lives are in peril.
TRUE HEALTH'S SUBSIDIARY - WESTMERIA
True Health through its wholly owned subsidiary, Westmeria for 20 years has developed a reputation for getting medical personnel in where they are needed fast. Now with demand for these professionals escalating at an exponential rate, the demand for Westmeria is growing fast. Westmeria is now ready to place thousands of doctors and nurses to help solve the worldwide crisis. This will equate to many millions in added revenues for True Health. Check out the latest financial report.
According to the latest financials, revenues are up by more than 412%
SEPT 2003-QUARTERLY REPORT
Revenue for the three months ended July 31, 2003 went up by 412.8%, when compared to revenue for the three months ended July31, 2002. The equipment rentals and sales segment's revenue went up by 69.8%, in the three months ended July 31, 2003, compared to the three months ended July 31, 2002. This reflects the growth in the business over the past year.
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