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UNH Stock Response to Obama Care Problems
The Affordable Care Act is a laudable attempt to fix many issues relating to affordable access to medical care. And the news is full of the problems related to the roll out of the system. Insurance companies and Health Maintenance Organizations are central to the Affordable Care Act as these companies have had to rewrite their insurance plans both for what items are covered, how much plans will cost, and the types of co-payments that will be included. From an investing viewpoint we look at a possible UNH Stock Response to Obama Care problems. UNH is the stock symbol for United Health. Along the way to the kickoff of Obama Care roughly five million health insurance subscribers were told that their health insurance plan no longer existed and that they needed to buy another, by way of the Affordable Care Act website. The site is in the news because of programming errors. Now we hear that letting people have the option to stay with their current plan is creating a nightmare for insurers. Our question for investors to consider as an example of investing in this sector is what will be the UNH stock response to Obama Care problems. How does one do fundamental analysis of UNH and other related stocks when the Obama Care marching orders seem to change day by day?