Have you ever thought about how much you would have made if you invested $1,000 in Johnson & Johnson stock 10 years ago. Johnson & Johnson is a corporation that develops medical equipment and pharmaceutical products that was established in 1886.
Johnson & Johnson’s corporate headquarters are in New Brunswick, New Jersey, with the consumer branch in Skillman. Among Johnson & Johnson’s products are a variety of well-known brands and first-aid supplies.
Johnson & Johnson strives to make a meaningful difference in people’s lives through innovation. They partner with insurance insurers, health services, and retailers in order to improve health outcomes, company success, and customer satisfaction. Johnson & Johnson has been a pioneer in innovative health solutions for more than 100 years.
The corporation is also geographically diversified, with operations in the United States, Europe, Asia, and Africa. Over its many market divisions Johnson & Johnson has become a high-cash-flow business. The company has a pharmaceutical, medical devices and diagnostics, and consumer division. The drug and device sectors account for almost 80% of revenue and provide the bulk of cash flows for the company.
Domestic market revenues increased 5.4 percent to $3.05 billion year over year. Sales on the international market increased 16.2% year over year to $3.53 billion. If Johnson & Johnson can build upon this momentum their stock will continue to be an enticing investment on the stock market.
If you’d invested $1,000 in Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) common stock on May 25, 2011, today the investment would be worth $3,479.67 with an annual rate of return of 13.26%. Your total profit from this investment would have been $2,479.67.
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