Obamacare

Obamacare and Investing

Navigating the investing landscape is never easy. Throw in a monkeywrench like Obamacare — and the political wrangling about the law — and figuring out what to do can become near impossible. But in fact, whatever your personal views on the Affordable Care Act, as an investor you can take advantage of the sweeping healthcare law. Here are some expert views on the plan, its impact and how to trade the Oct. 1 implementation of Obamacare.

Recent Articles

4 Ways Obamacare Will Affect Stocks

Obamacare is here to stay. That's good for some stocks, and horrible for others. Here's a look at the winners and losers. More 

Why Obamacare Is a Godsend to Older Workers

Americans typically can tap their retirement funds without penalty at age 59½ … but Medicare doesn’t kick in until age 65. So for 5½ years, prospective retirees are stuck in limbo where they might want to retire, but can't because they still need health insurance coverage. Obamacare fixes that, and that's a boon to workers -- both young and old. More 

How Obamacare Could Kill the Housing Market in 2014

From job cutbacks to increased health costs, Obamacare casts an ominous shadow over the real estate market for next year and possibly beyond. More 

Obama Previously Briefed On HealthCare.gov Issues

Despite statements claiming he was surprised by issues with HealthCare.gov, the White House reported today that he had been briefed on potential problems. More 

Republican Senators Release DC Health Care Exchange Numbers

Two Republican Senators released data showing only five people in Washington D.C. have registered for health insurance through HealthCare.gov. More 

The Market Says Obamacare Is Here to Stay

The relative performance of the healthcare sector's industries says investors expect Obamacare to survive the debt-ceiling battle. More