Tomahawk, WI 05/26/2014 (Basicsmedia) – Aetna Inc (NYSE:AET), the third largest managed care firm (on the basis of market capitalization) provides substantial health care services across the U.S to more than 36 million people. The company has reported about the largest Affordable Care Act or ObamaCare membership, and expects to nearly double its member base of 230,000 to 450,000 by the end of FY 2014.

Aetna’s Growth Right On Track –Investors’ Estimates Proved Wrong!

About a month or so back, the investors were confused, since ObamaCare had increased its costs at a juncture, when tight fisted competition was in vogue among the various managed care companies across the nation. This resulted in a holistic dip in Aetna Inc (NYSE:AET)’s shares, severely in April 2014. However, of late the company’s shares have risen up sharply by about 13%, as AET shares passed the 76 mark during today’s trade.

However, the firms managed to under the industry better than myriad investors, it seems, as profits surged higher than the investors’ expectation! Of late, there has been an emphatic rise by 30-40% in the younger and healthier individuals became AET-ACA members.

 AET Creates A Revolution

Aetna Inc (NYSE:AET)’s innovative healthcare system received accolades and its commitment to strive for a healthier world has received praises from all corners. The company garnered about $240 million, as ACA mandated fees in Q1-2014; the current trend is such that more memberships, particularly from the younger members of the society, are likely, in the days to come. Seeing the company guiding its investors in the right direction, the stock gained momentum, soon after the company articulated its FY 2014 earnings guide, corroborating the same with diligence.

As Aetna shared its story pertaining to the higher incidence of public exchange membership during  the Investor-Presentation, the company claimed that ObamaCare garnered attention and significant financial exposure largely due to market consolidation.

AET Registers Huge Gains, Share Prices Climb Up

Last year Aetna Inc (NYSE:AET) bought Coventry Health Care at a whopping $5.7 billion; this surged profits and spiked AET’s revenues. Aetna had estimated that the company gained more than $50 million from this emphatic buyout, at the close of the deal, in 2013. Synergies bolstered by wider gamut in 2014, estimating to $150 million; the company seems to be on the right footing and expects to garner a whopping $200 million synergies in 2015.

Further, Aetna Inc (NYSE:AET) acquired InterGlobal, that specializes in providing private medical insurance. Aetna’s treasury is deemed to swell in FY 2014-15; AET has already effused notching up 47% rise in revenue in Q1-2014, year-over-year.  Operating earnings too shot up 27% to $1.98 EPS; as a consequence, share prices are on the high!

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