Medical costs keep on rising. For investors in retirement, a dose of healthcare stocks could be the key to dealing with those costs. More
Healthcare StocksFor the past several years, healthcare has been a hot topic of debate. Regardless of whether or not you agree with the Affordable Care Act, your opinion should hold little say in how you play the healthcare stocks in the near future. Despite the controversy over Obamacare, healthcare stocks are playing out to be excellent investments.
With medicine advancing at an astronomical pace, there are many ways to play healthcare stocks. The first way is to invest in the well-known companies like Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) which provide a stable investment with decent growth and consistent dividends. The next way to play healthcare stocks is through stocks which offer high potential like Illumina (NADAQ:ILMN), a company that researches genetic functioning. Finally, ETFs like Health Care SPDR (NYSEARCA:XLV) and mutual funds like Fidelity Select Health Care (MUTF:FSPHX) offer limited exposure while still being involved in healthcare.
CVS stock should win big as the company offers simple services that should become the healthcare choice of those losing coverage under Trumpcare. More
UnitedHealth Group (UNH) remains the leader in the health insurance industry and UNH stock is a strong buy for investors More
Health care stocks have been lagging the S&P 500 lately, so I’m anticipating a rebound eventually. More
These healthcare stocks have topped our estimates in recent history, and they are stocks to buy today More
A study of analyst recommendations at the major brokerages shows that Merck is the #15 broker pick out of the 30 Dow stocks More