Health Cycle Analytics Bundle
Part 1 of a 3 Part Healthcare Series
Fundamentals of investing in the Lucrative Healthcare industry
The healthcare industry is becoming the most dominate sector of the American economy, employing one out of every eight American workers, includes 16 million jobs, generates approximately $2.7 trillion each year, and for investment analysis can be divided into 16 functioning parts or sectors. This exclusive series titled Cycle Analytics will help the investor identify investment opportunities within that $2.7 trillion complex sector by sector. The largest single piece of that investment pie is created by private health insurance premiums of $1 trillion a year and is projected to grow 6.4 percent in 2015.
Part 2 of a 3 Part Healthcare Series
Critical Tips for Investing in the Healthcare Insurance sector
Competition has driven Healthcare insurance companies to merge at a rate that complicates standings for investment purposes. Today’s leaders may not be tomorrow’s leaders. But in the healthcare industry that generates $2.7 trillion each year, the size of the insurer begins to emerge from investment analysis as a critical factor. The reason keeps popping up wherever you look. As Mark T. Bertolini, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer at Aetna likes so say, “like politics, all healthcare is local.”
Part 3 of a 3 Part Healthcare Series
How to Start Investing in Many of the 16 Healthcare sectors
At the beginning of 2015 popular media sites proclaimed, “Obamacare isn't the only reason why health insurer stocks have been so hot though. They are part of a broader rally in the health care sector.” The Health Care Select Sector SPDR (XLV) exchange-traded fund, which owns most of the big insurers but also holds drug giants like Pfizer (PFE), Merck (MRK) and Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMY), had beaten the market in 2014. It was up early in 2015 while the S&P 500 declined.