Ask a Fool: Is the Medical Community Prime for Shorting?
Jan 17th 2013 5:19PM
Updated Jan 17th 2013 6:05PM
In the following video, Motley Fool health-care analyst Max Macaluso takes a question from one of our readers, who asks:
I'm hearing nightmare stories from the medical community. Hospitals laying off staff, doctors choosing early retirement. Is the medical community that bad of an investment right now? Prime for shorting?
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