We All Feel It

You could tell the moment that you saw Humana (HUM) jump 5 into the bell, and then another 5 after it, that the growth guys had found still one more recession-proof domestic security name they loved. It was just classic. We read every day that the government is trying to rein in Medicare, and we actually believe it. But then, when they have a chance to actually save some money, they give it away and allow the so-called enemy -- the health maintenance organizations (HMOs) -- a chance to recoup a huge amount of money.

At this juncture, that was very important in the market because the rest of the recession-proof domestic security names had run so much that we needed more heroes, and the government instantly provided them....245 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.

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