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A.D.A.M. Inc. (ADAM) Fulfills a Durable Business Need

Intrigue will first draw you to this stock. The price is very close to the 52-week low of $5.80 as August 2008 draws to a close. The Price to Earnings Ratio is at 15.68, with a Beta of 1.10. 39% of the stock is with institutions, and there are less than 10 million shares outstanding. What should one do?

You can hardly turn away, for the business evolution appears to be on course. The company started by disseminating information on health issues. However, it showed amazing agility in moving sideways into providing employers with benefit solutions. Suddenly, a pattern emerged in the thinking of the management of this company. Business tripled between 2005 and 2007 with plenty of help from the inorganic direction.

The future could be even better. Experts believe that the company now has a fortress position with respect to benefit solutions for small and medium enterprises. It is an area without which no company can operate. Health literacy and insurance matters now have priorities for employers and employees alike. All stakeholders stand to gain if people participate more fully in the healthcare plans that affect them.

St. Luke’s Hospital & Health Network, based in Bethlehem, PA has recently signed on for this company’s services. Nearly five thousand employees will enjoy feature-rich and round-the-clock health benefit services. It is a sign of things to come. Growth prospects for the company are very encouraging at this time.

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