McKesson Corporation (NYSE:MCK) fell to a 52-week low back in February and has since surged 34%, appreciating from $148 to ~$200 per share as of mid-July. On February 16th, I published an article titled “McKesson Has Hit A 52-Week Low – Buying Opportunity” positing that McKesson has put in place a string of positive shareholder friendly maneuvers to position itself for future growth and break out of its slump. McKesson had hit a 52-week low and boasted a P/E of 16 and a PEG of 1.46 at the time. McKesson appeared very attractive considering its EPS growth, dividend payout, acquisitive mindset and share buyback program. Now that the stock has nearly breached the $200 level thus appreciating over 34%, now what? Continue reading "McKesson Jumps 34% Off Lows - Now What?"