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Should you accumulate Community Health Systems Inc (CYH) in the medical care facility industry?

Community Health Systems Inc (CYH) is near the top of its industry group according to InvestorsObserver. CYH has an overall rating of 61. This means that it scores more than 61% of the shares. Community Health Systems Inc. ranks 82 in the medical care facilities industry. Medical care establishments rank 45th out of 148 industries.

CYH has an overall score of 61. Find out what this means for you and get the rest of the ranking on CYH!

What do these notes mean?

Stock analysis can be difficult. There are tons of numbers and ratios out there, and it can be hard to remember what they all mean and what counts as “good” for a given value. InvestorsObserver ranks stocks on eight different metrics. We categorize most of our scores by percentiles to make it easier for investors to understand. A score of 61 means the stock is more attractive than 61% of stocks. This ranking system incorporates many factors used by analysts to compare stocks in more detail. This allows you to find the best stocks available in any industry with relative ease. These percentile-ranked scores using both fundamental and technical analysis provide investors with an easy way to see the attractiveness of specific stocks. Stocks with the highest scores have the best valuations by analysts working on Wall Street.

What’s going on with Community Health Systems Inc stock today?

Community Health Systems Inc (CYH) stock is trading at $8.80 at 10:59 a.m. on Tuesday, April 26, a loss of -$0.28, or -3.08% from the previous closing price of $9.08. The stock has traded between $8.45 and $8.86 so far today. Volume today is 1,046,574 compared to an average volume of 1,078,136. Click here for the full stock report for Community Health Systems Inc. stock.

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