How to Profit from Health Care Reform

I am a numbers person--especially when it comes to stock analysis. I use my computer to help me with these numbers and calculations and lately, it’s listing a lot of health care companies with very good potential. Several factors cause this phenomenon.
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Tried and True Investing Rules

In honor of the two-year anniversary of Cabot Small-Cap Confidential, I've been bringing you a multi-part series with Editor Thomas Garrity. Today he'll reveal some of his time-tested investing rules.
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Readers’ Views on Healthcare

The healthcare column I wrote on Monday resulted in my heaviest email volume ever and I thank everyone who responded. In total, 69% of respondents were supportive, 6% were critical, and the remainder addressed other items in the column, mainly American International Group which...
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Investing in Health Care

Today I'm not going to write about our country's economic crisis; everyone else has done that. And I'm not going to reiterate my conviction that the worst of the bear market has passed, and that the future for many stocks will be very from...
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Fannie, Freddie and America’s Debt Load

In my mind, just as the failure of the sub-prime market triggered the collapse of the housing industry, the collapse of the housing industry will trigger the deflation of our debt bubble. Eventually, if all goes well, the end result will be a debt...
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Thanksgiving wrap-up, CROX and WCG

Now, unlike Wellcare Group, Crocs still has an excellent growth business, and we still have high expectations for the company. But we don't confuse the stock with the company, and we never argue with the stock. CROX, like WCG, is heavily damaged. Every...
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