According this Ohlson Clean Surplus valuation model, UPS is under-valued. Its "theoretical" price is $199 (why the quotes? because it's ridiculous to suppose that a model could really give you the true value of a stock, but it can be a useful guideline, ball park or an indication of a margin of safety). CHRW is also trading with a margin of safety of 43%.
An analysis of this 30 stock portfolio (large cap, medical technology, medical specialities) shows three companies with a value greater than price: SSMXF, WAT and HOCPY. The valuation model is the Ohlson Clean Surplus.
I created a portfolio of the top pharmaceutical companies trading in the US and ran a quality of earnings analysis on them. With the highest possible score being nine, GSK scored the best with seven. Here are the results: Quality of Earnings - Major Pharmaceuticals Here's the balance of the companies in the portfolio. We can see that AZN was the worst at two. Quality of Earnings - Major Pharmaceuticals 2 Just for laughs, lets see how GSK and AZN have performed from a price perspective. Interestingly, AZN has been outperforming GSK. It'll be interesting to say if this trend will continue or if it will, more correctly I believe, reverse.