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Merck stock has a Composite Rating of 81. The CR is a measure of a stock's key growth metrics over the past 12 months. This puts Merck stock within the top 19% of all stocks, regardless of industry group.


Merck stock has also benefited from its tie-up with Moderna. Moderna said adding its personalized cancer vaccine to Keytruda cut down on the risk of relapse or death for melanoma patients by 44%. Merck and Moderna are planning to start a final-phase study this year. They are also considering other combinations.


Merck stock also gained after the American College of Cardiology meeting where the company posted test results of sotatercept in pulmonary arterial hypertension and offered additional details about its pill for high LDL cholesterol.


On another bearish note, Merck's sales and earnings growth wasn't strong enough to meet technical guidelines in the fourth quarter. Analysts expect declines in the current period. But big companies like Merck can add stock gains without hitting massive growth streaks.


Merck's business has become almost synonymous with its flagship product, Keytruda. This cancer drug is one of the best-selling medicines in the world, and it continues to rack up label expansions. In terms of revenue, Merck is far from having peaked, too: During the third quarter ending Sept. 30, sales of the drug jumped by 22% year over year to $4.5 billion.


Keytruda is still undergoing a raft of clinical trials, and it is expected to become the top-selling drug in the world within the next few years. That's why it will continue to feature squarely in Merck's growth strategy. But the company does have other opportunities. Most notably, Merck's animal health segment is performing well. During the third quarter, sales of the company's animal health business increased by 16% to $1.4 billion.


Prosper Junior Bakiny has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Zoetis. The Motley Fool recommends Gilead Sciences. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.


The stock looks to have hit a level of support that kept if from dropping below $100. The larger question is if it has enough momentum to push back to where it was before earnings. As of this writing, neither the bulls nor the bears seem to have much conviction.


Turning to the fundamentals, the stock looks properly valued and has an exceptional profit margin. That being said, the stock is likely not to see a strong bounce until it gets a catalyst from one of the late-stage drug candidates in its pipeline.


Despite these challenges, there are excellent reasons to consider adding shares of Merck to your portfolio, and some of these are due to recent developments. Here are my top three reasons why Merck stock is a buy right now.


The cancer medicine's upward trajectory won't end anytime soon. It is currently undergoing more than a dozen clinical trials, and investors can expect regular label expansions. Keytruda is projected to become the world's best-selling drug within the next half a decade. This product will continue to help Merck grow its revenue and earnings, and that's good for the company and its shareholders.


Merck recently announced that it would acquire Acceleron Pharma (XLRN) in a cash-and-stock transaction valued at $11.5 billion. The deal is set to close in the fourth quarter. Thanks to this acquisition, Merck will get its hands on sotatercept, a potential treatment for a form of high blood pressure in the arteries called pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH). The disease causes blood vessels in the lungs to narrow, among other serious problems.


Merck may have lagged the market over the past year, but thanks to its crown jewel, Keytruda, its promising COVID-19 oral drug, and the products it will acquire once the deal with Acceleron closes, the company looks set to grow its revenue and earnings at a good clip for the foreseeable future. That's before we consider the company's booming animal health and vaccine businesses. Merck is currently trading at 14.5 times forward earnings, which makes the company reasonably valued -- the average forward price-to-earnings ratio for the pharma industry is 13.6. Investors focused on the long game cannot go wrong with this pharma stock.


Prosper Junior Bakiny has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool owns shares of and recommends Bristol Myers Squibb. The Motley Fool recommends Gilead Sciences. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.


In the past three months, Merck & Co., Inc. insiders have sold more of their company's stock than they have bought. Specifically, they have bought $0.00 in company stock and sold $11,168,256.00 in company stock.


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The current consensus among 26 polled investment analysts is to Buy stock in Merck & Co Inc. This rating has held steady since March, when it was unchanged from a Buy rating.Move your mouse over pastmonths for detail


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Merck stock (NYSE: MRK) is up 12% in a month, outperforming the broader S&P500 index, up 5%. The rise in MRK stock can be attributed to the upbeat Q3 earnings it reported in late October. Its top and bottom line were well above our estimates, driven by market share gains for some of its drugs.


Now that MRK stock has seen a 12% rise in a month, will it continue its upward trajectory, or is a fall imminent? Going by historical performance, there is a meager chance of an increase in MRK stock over the next month. MRK stock has seen a move of 12% or more in a month 21 times in the last ten years. Just three of those resulted in MRK stock rising over the subsequent one-month period (twenty-one trading days). This historical pattern reflects 3 out of 21, or a 14% chance of a rise in MRK stock over the coming month. See our analysis on Merck Stock Chance of Rise for more details.


Despite inflation rising and the Fed raising interest rates, Merck stock has risen 33% this year. But can it drop from here? See how low Merck stock can go by comparing its decline in previous market crashes. Here is a performance summary of all stocks in previous market crashes.


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