Seek Safety in Two Health Care Stocks

Monday provided the start to another rocky week in the market. Investors were awaiting the latest news from Europe as well as the Supreme Court decision on the Obama administration's health care overhaul. The market received very little news on either. We should have clarity on the court's decision by Thursday, as Europe looks to be a soap opera that is going to run for some time. Regardless of the ultimate outcome for Obamacare, the healthcare sector is a good defensive area for investors to hide until the market gets better news from Europe, as well as clarity on the direction of worldwide growth.

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