Obamacare Part I – Will Insurance Companies Survive?

I found this article very interesting. Look at who endorsed Obamacare, and who didn’t. Big Pharma, AARP, the AMA, and many of the big health insurance carriers stood behind it. Many of the above endorsed this terrible bill since they stood so much to gain from it.

Under the new law, the administration has created incentives to increase the cost of care. Also, since they can now tax us for doing nothing, they want to make us buy things we don’t want or need. MediBid presents a much better solution. Through MediBid you can buy just the medical treatment that you need and nothing else. Usually you will save between 40% and 50% over insurance discounted rates.

Making Money of Off Obamacare

Part I: The Health Insurance companies

I have been reading the business and popular media for the last few days and I’m struck by how poor both are at explaining the implications of Obamacare for various stake holders in the health industry. I’m writing this multi part series to enable SA readers to choose their investments wisely in the health care sector after implementation of Obamacare.

The first part of the series, deals with the health insurance companies like Aetna (AET), Coventry Health (CVH ), UnitedHealth (UNH), Cigna (CI), Wellpoint (WLP) and Humana (HUM). In a nutshell, my thesis is that health insurance companies are dead men walking and the most profitable course will be buy long term puts on any upticks. The key risk factor is that Obama might lose the election and republicans might regain the house and senate and repeal or delay Obamacare.

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