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Category: Healthcare Sector

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Companies

Monday, November 09, 2009

U.S. Healthcare Legislation Investment Impact / Companies / Healthcare Sector

By: Richard_Shaw

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleLast night the U.S. House of Representatives brought us one large step closer to a national healthcare system. Investors should be cognizant of the financial effects that would follow.

In the extreme short-run, it would be reasonable to assume that the U.S. stock market would react negatively, although short-term price movements are often chaotic. In the intermediate-term, if the legislation goes forward, the healthcare sector should perform at a lower level than in periods prior to national healthcare.

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Companies

Wednesday, November 04, 2009

Are Biotechnology Stocks Heading for A Downturn? / Companies / Healthcare Sector

By: Oakshire_Financial

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleScience always looks to the future, and there's not much science that's more exciting than biotechnology.

After all, this is the field with big promises for better and longer lives for all of us through applied biology in agriculture, food science, and medicine. But although the term 'biotechnology' is often refers to futuristic genetic engineering, the industry is far broader than genetics alone.

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Companies

Saturday, October 31, 2009

Healthcare Company Profits Sensitivity to Obamacare / Companies / Healthcare Sector

By: Richard_Shaw

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleNational healthcare wherever is implemented squeezes prices and profits of the private businesses involved in the system.

Obamacare in the U.S. will be no different.  For investors in healthcare companies, it is a good idea to begin to think through which companies will be most severely negatively impacted or least impacted, to potentially make  deletions or substitutions.

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Stock-Markets

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Playing the Health Care Sector with ETFs / Stock-Markets / Healthcare Sector

By: Ron_Rowland

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleWe’ve all been waiting on pins and needles to see what kind of health care reform comes out of Washington. Aside from the fact that we’re all patients of one kind or another, health care is a huge part of the economy.

As you might expect with big changes afoot, health care stocks have been bouncing up and down this year. Such volatility can be frightening — but it also brings opportunity for investors who know how to take advantage.

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Politics

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Health Care Solution Analysis / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Submissions

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleJonathan K. Solan writes: America’s politicians are proposing “Cures“ for health care at a rapid pace.  Each “Cure” is immediately challenged by people and organizations from both ends of the political spectrum.  One side says the cure is too expensive, the other side says the cure does not go far enough.  All sides say we need more insurance.

Most Americans listen to the arguments and they intuitively know what they don’t like in the proposals, but they hear little in the way of proposals that they intuitively do like.  They don’t like hearing higher taxes, forced enrollment in insurance, Government options, and fines for not having insurance.  Americans know that the American way is freedom, not government force.  Why do the politicians repeatedly turn to the use of force to fix problems? 

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Companies

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

HITECH, Your Medical History in the Machine / Companies / Healthcare Sector

By: Doug_Horning

By Doug Hornig, Senior Editor, Casey’s Extraordinary Technology

In the future, a visit to your family physician, or any specialist, will begin with a quick scan of the computer screen, where a few keystrokes will tell the doctor everything he or she needs to know about you – all the way from how much you weighed at birth, to X-rays of that bone you broke when you flipped your motorcycle thirty years ago, to how much you spent on blood work last year, right up to the hypertension pills you took after dinner yesterday (and maybe even what you ate, although hopefully not).

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Politics

Sunday, October 04, 2009

Understanding the Costs of Healthcare / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: D_W_MacKenzie

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleRising costs are the main issue in the debate over healthcare reform. Most everybody thinks of healthcare as expensive, but there is much confusion over these costs. On September 9, President Obama attempted to clarify cost issues concerning the medical industry. The federal government will supposedly reduce costs, curtail abuses, and make healthcare services more affordable.

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Stock-Markets

Sunday, September 27, 2009

Big Upside in this "Life or Death" Stock Market Sector / Stock-Markets / Healthcare Sector

By: GrowthStockWire

The diagnostics industry was once regarded as a red-headed stepchild for medical investors.

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Politics

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

Americans Get Screwed Again by Bought-Off Washington Officials / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Mike_Stathis

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleAfter meeting yesterday to wrap up the final touches on the Senate Finance committee's healthcare reform bill, Committee Chairman, Senator Max Baucus - a very good friend of the healthcare industry, has announced the bill is ready for a vote as early as next week. 

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Politics

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Health Care Deceit / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Paul_Craig_Roberts

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleThe current health care “debate” shows how far gone representative government is in the United States. Members of Congress represent the powerful interest groups that fill their campaign coffers, not the people who vote for them.

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Politics

Monday, September 14, 2009

Healthcare Reform is More Corporate Welfare / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Dr_Ron_Paul

Last Wednesday the nation was riveted to the President's speech on healthcare reform before Congress. While the President's concern for the uninsured is no doubt sincere, his plan amounts to a magnanimous gift to the health insurance industry, despite any implications to the contrary.

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Politics

Friday, September 11, 2009

Health Care Reform, No Miracle Cure / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Jennifer_Barry

       Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleWith all the problems in the U.S. economy - high unemployment, rising foreclosures, surging bank failures - one would think that Congress would focus on resolving these crises. Perhaps the legislators believe the “green shoots” spin, because they have started major new initiatives, like the cap-and-trade bill, and now health care reform.

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Politics

Friday, September 04, 2009

Health Care and the Free Market / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: David_Kendall

Best Financial Markets Analysis Article"With millions unemployed, and health care costs rising through the roof, and the only answer ever given to unemployment is 'go back to school', why are there still so few medical schools that 1/3 of our doctors are imported and Americans who want to be doctors frequently have to resort to joining the military in order to be trained? We should have a doctor on every corner, competing with each other." [1]

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Politics

Thursday, August 27, 2009

Want To Halve US Medical Costs? Easy Just Break-Up The Monopoly / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Andrew_Butter

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleAll government policy decisions come down to three choices:

(A): Create a monopoly and force the customers to pay whatever price they can be forced to bear. That's called parasite economics, the trick is not to bleed so much that the cow dies, (http://www.marketoracle.co.uk/Article10998.html).

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Politics

Monday, August 24, 2009

So-called Populist Revolt Against the Obama Health Care Proposals Stinks / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Richard_C_Cook

Is anyone more than a little curious about where the so-called “populist revolt” against the Obama administration’s health care proposals is coming from and who is paying for it? You know, the revolt where people scream and disrupt town hall meetings, brandish guns outside in the street, and label a public option that would help some of the 47 million without health insurance get treatment as “socialist”?

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Politics

Sunday, August 23, 2009

Obama's Backroom Healthcare Deals Need Explaining / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Mike_Shedlock

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleWith $900 billion to a $trillion dollars or more at stake, and everyone wanting three shares of the health care pie (while giving up nothing), it should not come as a surprise that 'Special interests' play both sides in health fight

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Politics

Monday, August 17, 2009

Health Care War! / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Money_and_Markets

Best Financial Markets Analysis ArticleMartin Weiss writes: What you’re witnessing in the U.S. today is not a health care debate. It’s a health care WAR.

But it’s too soon to take sides: Neither has defined its territory; both are escalating the battle with weapons of mass disgrace.

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Politics

Wednesday, July 29, 2009

Why Are We Moving Toward Socialized Medicine? / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Ayn_Rand

Yaron Brook writes: Government intervention in medicine is wrecking American health care. Nearly half of all spending on health care in America is already government spending. Yet President Obama’s “reforms” will only expand that intervention.

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Politics

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Healthcare is a Good, Not a Right / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Dr_Ron_Paul

Political philosopher Richard Weaver famously and correctly stated that ideas have consequences. Take for example ideas about rights versus goods. Natural law states that people have rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness. A good is something you work for and earn. It might be a need, like food, but more "goods" seem to be becoming "rights" in our culture, and this has troubling consequences. It might seem harmless enough to decide that people have a right to things like education, employment, housing or healthcare. But if we look a little further into the consequences, we can see that the workings of the community and economy are thrown wildly off balance when people accept those ideas.

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Politics

Wednesday, June 17, 2009

U.S. Healthcare Costs / Politics / Healthcare Sector

By: Guy_Lerner

I came across this quote from Professor Mark J. Perry of the Carpe Diem blog. I have often thought similar things.

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