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GuruFocus Financial Strength Rank measures how strong a company’s financial situation is. It is based on these factors

1. The debt burden that the company has as measured by its Interest coverage (current year).
2. Debt to revenue ratio. The lower, the better
3. Altman Z-score.

A company ranks high with financial strength is likely to withstand any business slowdowns and recessions.

Financial Strength : 8/10

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industry
vs
history
Cash to Debt 1.56
CNC's Cash to Debt is ranked higher than
76% of the 29 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 0.55 vs. CNC: 1.56 )
CNC' s 10-Year Cash to Debt Range
Min: 0.42   Max: No Debt
Current: 1.56

Equity to Asset 0.32
CNC's Equity to Asset is ranked higher than
66% of the 32 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 0.33 vs. CNC: 0.32 )
CNC' s 10-Year Equity to Asset Range
Min: 0.32   Max: 0.64
Current: 0.32

0.32
0.64
Interest Coverage 10.29
CNC's Interest Coverage is ranked higher than
78% of the 27 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 8.28 vs. CNC: 10.29 )
CNC' s 10-Year Interest Coverage Range
Min: 3.46   Max: 702.36
Current: 10.29

3.46
702.36
F-Score: 7
Z-Score: 4.09
M-Score: -2.56
GuruFocus Profitability Rank ranks how profitable a company is and how likely the company’s business will stay that way. It is based on these factors:

1. Operating Margin
2. Trend of the Operating Margin (5-year average). The company with an uptrend profit margin has a higher rank.
••3. Consistency of the profitability
4. Piotroski F-Score
5. Predictability Rank•

The maximum rank is 10. A rank of 7 or higher means a higher profitability and may stay that way. A rank of 3 or lower indicates that the company has had trouble to make a profit.

Profitability Rank is not directly related to the Financial Strength Rank. But if a company is consistently profitable, its financial strength will be stronger.

Profitability & Growth : 8/10

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industry
vs
history
Operating margin (%) 2.55
CNC's Operating margin (%) is ranked higher than
62% of the 32 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 4.65 vs. CNC: 2.55 )
CNC' s 10-Year Operating margin (%) Range
Min: -3.28   Max: 6.85
Current: 2.55

-3.28
6.85
Net-margin (%) 1.52
CNC's Net-margin (%) is ranked higher than
59% of the 32 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 2.08 vs. CNC: 1.52 )
CNC' s 10-Year Net-margin (%) Range
Min: -4.67   Max: 5.55
Current: 1.52

-4.67
5.55
ROE (%) 13.38
CNC's ROE (%) is ranked higher than
84% of the 32 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 10.83 vs. CNC: 13.38 )
CNC' s 10-Year ROE (%) Range
Min: -13.37   Max: 25.07
Current: 13.38

-13.37
25.07
ROA (%) 4.68
CNC's ROA (%) is ranked higher than
78% of the 32 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 4.18 vs. CNC: 4.68 )
CNC' s 10-Year ROA (%) Range
Min: -18.03   Max: 12.18
Current: 4.68

-18.03
12.18
ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) 70.16
CNC's ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) is ranked higher than
65% of the 31 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 134.04 vs. CNC: 70.16 )
CNC' s 10-Year ROC (Joel Greenblatt) (%) Range
Min: -26.12   Max: 502.08
Current: 70.16

-26.12
502.08
Revenue Growth (%) 29.90
CNC's Revenue Growth (%) is ranked higher than
93% of the 28 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 13.50 vs. CNC: 29.90 )
CNC' s 10-Year Revenue Growth (%) Range
Min: 0   Max: 41.6
Current: 29.9

0
41.6
EBITDA Growth (%) 13.20
CNC's EBITDA Growth (%) is ranked higher than
92% of the 24 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 8.20 vs. CNC: 13.20 )
CNC' s 10-Year EBITDA Growth (%) Range
Min: 0   Max: 172.7
Current: 13.2

0
172.7
EPS Growth (%) 16.80
CNC's EPS Growth (%) is ranked higher than
88% of the 25 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 7.00 vs. CNC: 16.80 )
CNC' s 10-Year EPS Growth (%) Range
Min: 0   Max: 31.8
Current: 16.8

0
31.8
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Q3 2013

CNC Guru Trades in Q3 2013

FPA Capital Fund 138,200 sh (unchged)
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Steven Cohen 51,800 sh (-81.91%)
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CNC Guru Trades in Q4 2013

Joel Greenblatt 60,399 sh (New)
Paul Tudor Jones 16,446 sh (New)
Steven Cohen 70,517 sh (+36.13%)
Jim Simons 186,400 sh (+15.99%)
Mariko Gordon 1,032,225 sh (+6.21%)
FPA Capital Fund 138,200 sh (unchged)
First Pacific Advisors 279,100 sh (-6.34%)
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Q1 2014

CNC Guru Trades in Q1 2014

Steven Cohen 339,823 sh (+381.9%)
Joel Greenblatt 112,370 sh (+86.05%)
Jim Simons 198,620 sh (+6.56%)
First Pacific Advisors 289,300 sh (+3.65%)
FPA Capital Fund 138,200 sh (unchged)
Mariko Gordon 1,006,405 sh (-2.5%)
Paul Tudor Jones 8,300 sh (-49.53%)
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CNC Guru Trades in Q2 2014

Andreas Halvorsen 708,677 sh (New)
FPA Capital Fund 234,900 sh (+69.97%)
First Pacific Advisors 469,100 sh (+62.15%)
Joel Greenblatt 127,813 sh (+13.74%)
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Jim Simons 186,400 sh (-6.15%)
Mariko Gordon 701,480 sh (-30.3%)
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Mariko Gordon 2014-06-30 Reduce -30.3%0.76%$55.66 - $76.94 $ 75.410%701480
FPA Capital Fund 2014-06-30 Add 69.97%0.7%$55.66 - $76.94 $ 75.410%234900
Joel Greenblatt 2014-03-31 Add 86.05%0.05%$58.11 - $65.2 $ 75.422%112370
Mariko Gordon 2013-12-31 Add 6.21%0.15%$54.26 - $66.38 $ 75.426%1032225
Joel Greenblatt 2013-12-31 New Buy0.09%$54.26 - $66.38 $ 75.426%60399
Mariko Gordon 2013-09-30 Reduce -22.48%0.72%$52.82 - $64.76 $ 75.431%971836
FPA Capital Fund 2013-03-31 New Buy0.71%$40.91 - $47.92 $ 75.470%138200
Joel Greenblatt 2012-12-31 Sold Out 0.07%$34.98 - $45.72 $ 75.485%0
Joel Greenblatt 2012-09-30 Reduce -61.41%0.1%$28.93 - $41.85 $ 75.4101%28958
Joel Greenblatt 2012-06-30 Add 177.93%0.11%$24.77 - $50.8 $ 75.4101%75046
Joel Greenblatt 2011-12-31 Add 33.68%0.04%$26.54 - $40.54 $ 75.4120%32025
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Guru Investment Theses on Centene Corp

FPA Capital Comments on Apollo Education Group - Jan 27, 2014

As for Apollo Education Group (APOL), the situation is different than Centene's in that the For - Profit Education industry is currently experiencing a declining enrollment environment, v ersus the large growth in new members for Medicaid services. However, despite all of the negative news on the education industry in general, and Apollo specifically, we are highly encouraged with APOL's current profit level and its ability to generate abun dant free cash flow.

Long - term investors will recall that we highlighted the education services sector as the worst performing industry group in the US in 2012. Nevertheless, we ended up investing in two companies in that industry: Apollo and DeVry. Both of these companies p ass our criteria of investing in market leading companies with a history of profitability and pristine balance sheets that are run by capable management teams. The main question to answer is a simple one: will we need education in the future? If yes, who will deliver this education and how will it be delivered.

APOL operates the online school called the University of Phoenix (UoP) as well as several international schools. UoP generates more than 90% of Apollo's revenue but 100% of its operating earning s. That is, the international schools are losing money, which we estimate was roughly $60 million in 2013. With a new management team now running the international schools, we could envision this division potentially earning $50 million in operating profit s over the next few years. This would be a swing of approximately $1.00 per share in operating profits should the turnaround occur. To put that into perspective, APOL earned nearly $3 a share in fiscal 2013, before considering restructuring charges.

The c ore operation for Apollo is UoP, which is the largest independent online university in the US. UoP was the first For - Profit company to offer online degrees over thirty years ago. The University of Phoenix is a well - known brand, but one that is in the proce ss of being upgraded. The company has embarked on a new determination to be more selective in choosing students who enroll at UoP. The main goal is to find students who will persist through every semester until they graduate rather than to fill the classro om every semester just to find a replacement when that student drops out.

Most investors, analysts, media, and government officials say this should always be the goal, and they are right. However, UoP's typical students are not the eighteen year olds grad uating from high school figuring out whether they should attend a private or public university. UoP's typical student is single, twenty - eight years old, a minority single - mother, first in her family to attend college, and someone who is 3 Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) via WellCare Health Plans, Inc. 2012 Annual Report on Form 10 - K trying to improve h er career skills and compete in today's fierce labor market. Among the biggest obstacles for this cohort is keeping their child, or children, healthy and in school so they can finish school themselves.

The company has re - invested a tremendous amount of ca pital into superior software programs not only to educate students, but also to provide a more timely feedback loop to professors who are teaching classes. The company is also spending more money per student on student advisors, to intervene earlier and pr ovide help when a student is in danger of withdrawing from the program.

APOL is also aggressively courting businesses not just to place their graduates in a well - paying job, but to partner with them and tailor a certificate program, for example, that prov ides students with skills specific to an individual company or industry. Many CEOs will tell you that there is not a jobs problem in America but a skills problem. That is, many traditional, not - for - profit universities in America are not educating students and imbuing them with skills for the 21 st century global labor marketplace. APOL is now working with hundreds of companies to deliver graduates, whether they are fully credentialed students or students with a narrower certificate degree, to businesses that are looking to hire qualified people.

These initiatives will take time to fully implement and for shareholders to see tangible benefits. In the meantime, APOL management is cutting expenses to reflect the lower enrollment numbers, like marketing and recr uiting, to maintain healthy profits and free cash flow at the company. On the most recent quarterly conference call, APOL's CEO announced that the company upped its total fixed costs cuts to a minimum of $675 million, $350 million of which has already been cut from the budget.

While we are pleased we were able to accumulate a full position below the $19 level, pleased that APOL appreciated nearly 50% in 2013, and pleased the stock is up another 25% during the first three weeks of 2014, we believe there is still a lot of upside potential in the stock should the company ever be able to monetize its software investment.

Currently, the Department of Education does not allow universities to share Title IV funding revenue dollars. Title IV funding is essentiall y the government guaranteed loans students use to finance their education. If this restriction is removed, APOL would be in a very strong position to forge relationships with the thousands of universities and colleges in the U.S. and effectively become the on - line outsource partner for these schools. The long - term trend in education is toward more distance or on - line learning, and APOL has the some of the best technology to deliver the highest quality service to millions of potential students. Today, this s oftware technology is an inexpensive call option for shareholders, but one that could be worth a lot of money down the road should this archaic restriction be eliminated.



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FPA Capital Comments on Centene - Jan 27, 2014

There were no thematic winners or losers last year. Our best performing stock was a technology company, but our worst performer was a tech nology stock as well. Our second best performer was an energy company, but our second worst performer was also an energy company. Our retailers performed well, as did our education and industrial companies. 

Importantly, we like the industry in which Centene (CNC) competes. Some of our investors might recall that one of our prior investments, Amerigroup, was acquired in 2012 by Wellpoint at a val uation that allowed us to achieve a return on investment of greater than 100% over the roughly one - year time period that we owned the shares. Medicaid managed care companies not only save states money but also offer better service; therefore, more states a re letting managed care companies run their Medicaid programs. To that end, states are expanding both the geographies carved out to managed care companies and the types of programs. The next phase of growth will come from the dual - eligible population. D uals (or dual - eligible population) are 8.3mm 3 people in the U.S. that are eligible to receive both Medicare and Medicaid benefits (mainly low - income seniors). According to the Kaiser Foundation, Duals accounted for almost 40% of Medicaid spending although they made up only 15% of the Medicaid population. We believe there are ample growth opportunities for CNC and other companies to meet the challenges of managing these disparate Medicaid members for the foreseeable future.

As we alluded to above, CNC inc urred some unusual expenses in 2012 due to a bad contract in the state of Kentucky. Thus, in 2012, CNC barely earned any money for the year, but we believed that was a temporary situation. Sure enough, CNC exited the Kentucky market and should earn close t o $3.00 per share in 2013 once it reports its fourth quarter's earnings in early February. Our base case estimate has CNC earning $4.30 over the next couple years, and significantly more over the longer term, so it appears that management and the company a re well on their way to achieving that metric.

Unfortunately, we only have a small position in CNC as the stock took off as we were trying to accumulate our position. Nonetheless, should CNC have a hiccup and the stock decline to a more attractive valuat ion, we have the financial wherewithal to substantially add to our position.



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FPA Capital Comments on Centene
There were no thematic winners or losers last year. Our best performing stock was a technology company, but our worst performer was a tech nology stock as well. Our second best performer was an energy company, but our second worst performer was also an energy company. Our retailers performed well, as did our education and industrial companies. 

Importantly, we like the industry in which Centene (CNC) competes. Some of our investors might recall that one of our prior investments, Amerigroup, was acquired in 2012 by Wellpoint at a val uation that allowed us to achieve a return on investment of greater than 100% over the roughly one - year time period that we owned the shares. Medicaid managed care companies not only save states money but also offer better service; therefore, more states a re letting managed care companies run their Medicaid programs. To that end, states are expanding both the geographies carved out to managed care companies and the types of programs. The next phase of growth will come from the dual Read more...

Ratios

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P/E(ttm) 23.90
CNC's P/E(ttm) is ranked higher than
54% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 17.90 vs. CNC: 23.90 )
CNC' s 10-Year P/E(ttm) Range
Min: 8.5   Max: 107.36
Current: 23.9

8.5
107.36
P/B 2.90
CNC's P/B is ranked lower than
71% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 1.90 vs. CNC: 2.90 )
CNC' s 10-Year P/B Range
Min: 1.21   Max: 5.15
Current: 2.9

1.21
5.15
P/S 0.30
CNC's P/S is ranked higher than
80% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 0.51 vs. CNC: 0.30 )
CNC' s 10-Year P/S Range
Min: 0.19   Max: 1.48
Current: 0.3

0.19
1.48
PFCF 6.70
CNC's PFCF is ranked higher than
91% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 13.55 vs. CNC: 6.70 )
CNC' s 10-Year PFCF Range
Min: 3.62   Max: 51.18
Current: 6.7

3.62
51.18
EV-to-EBIT 11.53
CNC's EV-to-EBIT is ranked higher than
74% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 11.53 vs. CNC: 11.53 )
CNC' s 10-Year EV-to-EBIT Range
Min: 3.6   Max: 252.4
Current: 11.53

3.6
252.4
Shiller P/E 38.20
CNC's Shiller P/E is ranked lower than
54% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 33.70 vs. CNC: 38.20 )
CNC' s 10-Year Shiller P/E Range
Min: 15.07   Max: 41.02
Current: 38.2

15.07
41.02
Current Ratio 1.10
CNC's Current Ratio is ranked higher than
73% of the 22 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 0.88 vs. CNC: 1.10 )
CNC' s 10-Year Current Ratio Range
Min: 0.8   Max: 1.58
Current: 1.1

0.8
1.58
Quick Ratio 1.10
CNC's Quick Ratio is ranked higher than
73% of the 22 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 0.88 vs. CNC: 1.10 )
CNC' s 10-Year Quick Ratio Range
Min: 0.8   Max: 1.58
Current: 1.1

0.8
1.58

Valuation & Return

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history
Price/Tangible Book 5.80
CNC's Price/Tangible Book is ranked higher than
63% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 11.40 vs. CNC: 5.80 )
CNC' s 10-Year Price/Tangible Book Range
Min: 2.09   Max: 8.5
Current: 5.8

2.09
8.5
Price/DCF (Projected) 1.00
CNC's Price/DCF (Projected) is ranked higher than
74% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 1.00 vs. CNC: 1.00 )
CNC' s 10-Year Price/DCF (Projected) Range
Min: 0.37   Max: 1.1
Current: 1

0.37
1.1
Price/Median PS Value 1.00
CNC's Price/Median PS Value is ranked higher than
69% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 1.10 vs. CNC: 1.00 )
CNC' s 10-Year Price/Median PS Value Range
Min: 0.6   Max: 5.11
Current: 1

0.6
5.11
Price/Graham Number 2.50
CNC's Price/Graham Number is ranked higher than
71% of the 35 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 9999.00 vs. CNC: 2.50 )
CNC' s 10-Year Price/Graham Number Range
Min: 0.96   Max: 3.75
Current: 2.5

0.96
3.75
Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) 8.90
CNC's Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) is ranked higher than
53% of the 32 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 9.50 vs. CNC: 8.90 )
CNC' s 10-Year Earnings Yield (Greenblatt) Range
Min: 0.4   Max: 27.5
Current: 8.9

0.4
27.5
Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) 2.79
CNC's Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) is ranked higher than
53% of the 30 Companies
in the Global Health Care Plans industry.

( Industry Median: 14.55 vs. CNC: 2.79 )
CNC' s 10-Year Forward Rate of Return (Yacktman) Range
Min: -12.4   Max: 93.9
Current: 2.79

-12.4
93.9

Business Description

Industry: Health Care Plans » Health Care Plans
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Centene Corporation was organized in Wisconsin in 1993 as a holding company and reincorporated in Delaware in 2001. The Company is a diversified, multi-line healthcare enterprise that provides programs and services to the rising number of under-insured and uninsured individuals. It provides member-focused services through locally based staff by assisting in accessing care, coordinating referrals to related health and social services and addressing member concerns and questions. Centene Corporation also provides education and outreach programs to inform and assist members in accessing quality, appropriate healthcare services. The Company's health management, educational and other initiatives are designed to help members best utilize the healthcare system. The Company operates in two segments: Medicaid Managed Care and Specialty Services. Its Medicaid Managed Care segment provides Medicaid and Medicaid-related health plan coverage to individuals through government subsidized programs, including Medicaid, the State Children's Health Insurance Program, long-term care, Foster Care, dual eligible individuals in Medicare Special Needs Plans and the Supplemental Security Income Program, also known as the Aged, Blind or Disabled Program. The Company's Specialty Services segment offers products for behavioral health, care management software, health insurance exchanges, individual health insurance, life and health management, LTC programs, managed vision, telehealth services, and pharmacy benefits management to state programs, healthcare organizations, employer groups and other commercial organizations, as well as to its subsidiaries. The Company continues to face varying and increasing levels of competition as it expands in its existing service areas or enter new markets, as federal regulations require at least two competitors in each service area. Healthcare reform proposals may cause a number of commercial managed care organizations to decide to enter or exit the Medicaid market. It's Medicaid, Medicare and Specialty operations are regulated at both state and federal levels.
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FPA Capital Comments on Apollo Education Group Jan 27 2014 
FPA Capital Comments on Centene Jan 27 2014 
FPA Capital Fund Fourth Quarter Commentary Jan 24 2014 
FPA Capital Fund Q1 2013 Commentary Apr 24 2013 
FPA Capital Fund Finds Only 2 Stocks Matching Their Criteria in Q1 Apr 10 2013 
Weekly CEO Sells Highlight: Home Depot, Centene Corp, NCR Corp, and Autodesk Inc. Mar 11 2012 
Centene Corp. (CNC) Chairman, President and CEO Michael F Neidorff sells 15,000 Shares Mar 07 2011 
Centene Corp. (CNC) Chairman, President and CEO Michael F Neidorff sells 3,870 Shares Oct 29 2010 
Centene Corp. (CNC) Chairman, President and CEO Michael F Neidorff sells 3,890 Shares Aug 03 2010 
Centene Corporation Reports 2009 Second Quarter Earnings Jul 28 2009 


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