How to Handle the Becton Dickinson/C. R. Bard Merger


Do you own shares in C. R. Bard (BCR)? Congratulations! You received a very nice capital gain this week, upon the announcement of their agreed-upon merger with Becton Dickinson (BDX).

Should you hold or sell BCR? or buy more?? What should you do if you own BDX?

Click the link below to read my April 25 article, outlining how to handle the stocks.

Medical Technology Stock Merger—What To Do With Your Stocks?


Happy investing!


Crista Huff


Goodfellow LLC


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