WellPointnext year could shoot $40 higher than its Wednesday trading price, Cramer said during Stop Trading!, as long as the stock’s price-to-earnings multiple normalizes.
Cramer predicted $6.50 in 2010 earnings per share for the company, which, when given WLP’s historic 14 price-to-earnings multiple, would propel the share price to Cramer’s new $91 target. The stock’s PE right now is 10.5.
“It’s on the move,” Cramer said of WellPoint.
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