Shares of health insurers trade at favorable valuations because of concerns that the implementation of the Affordable Care Act will weigh on the industry's profit margins. These risks are real but overstated, giving intrepid investors a solid buying opportunity.
With drilling in shale oil and gas plays representing a growing percentage of the total well count, the outlook for providers of compression services appears bullish.
Although uncertainty reigns supreme in the human health care market, companies that focus on health products and services for pets and livestock continue to prosper--and this stock is top dog.
Welcome to the year of living dangerously in the municipal bond market. Detroit's bankruptcy filing serves as a reminder that investors can no longer assume the riskiest borrowers eventually will be bailed out if they can’t keep up with their debt.