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These Analysts Think UpHealth, Inc.'s (NYSE:UPH) Sales Are Under Threat

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The analysts covering UpHealth, Inc. (NYSE:UPH) delivered a dose of negativity to shareholders today, by making a substantial revision to their statutory forecasts for next year. There was a fairly draconian cut to their revenue estimates, perhaps an implicit admission that previous forecasts were much too optimistic.

Following the downgrade, the latest consensus from UpHealth's three analysts is for revenues of US$238m in 2022, which would reflect a major 140% improvement in sales compared to the last 12 months. Prior to the latest estimates, the analysts were forecasting revenues of US$275m in 2022. It looks like forecasts have become a fair bit less optimistic on UpHealth, given the substantial drop in revenue estimates.

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The Bottom Line

The clear low-light was that analysts slashing their revenue forecasts for UpHealth next year. Often, one downgrade can set off a daisy-chain of cuts, especially if an industry is in decline. So we wouldn't be surprised if the market became a lot more cautious on UpHealth after today.

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