Lessons For The Stock Market From Obamacare

ImageThe Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, more commonly known as Obamacare, was signed into law nearly four years ago in March 2010. A vigorous debate has ensued in the time since between those that upheld the virtues of the law and those that adamantly opposed it. But since the beginning of October 2013, the prolonged debate over the conceptual has finally begun to transform into an examination of the concrete. And whether you have been for or against the Affordable Care Act (ACA) over the years, it is difficult to dispute the fact that the initial roll out of the program has been an utter mess. This initial outcome along with the events leading up to it provide an important lesson for stock market investors that is worth heeding as we move forward.

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