Health Care's Sweet 16 Stocks: Novartis vs. Bristol-Myers Squibb
Mar 30th 2013 4:04PM
Updated Mar 30th 2013 4:06PM
Spring is in the air, and the annual NCAA March Madness college basketball tournament has once again captivated the nation. Of course, that also means Cinderella stories like Florida Gulf Coast have busted the brackets of would-be prognosticators.
Here at The Motley Fool, we decided to stick with what we know, trading our basketball picks in for stock picks. We formed our own Sweet 16 filled with the top Big Pharma and Big Biotech stocks in a winner take-all tournament determined by the collective intelligence of our CAPS community.
This matchup will feature a heavyweight bout between Novartis and Bristol-Myers Squibb. Watch and find out which stock gets eliminated and which will advance to the next round.
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