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Will the U.S. Supreme Court CURE the SICK?
If you hold exposure to the health care sector or are thinking of trading the space, you and many others are waiting for the Supreme Court decision on the constitutional challenge to the Affordable Health Care Law. No matter what your position, there are definite short-term trading implications to each of the decision scenarios:
CURE If the Affordable Care Law stands: The Congressional Budget Office (CBO) says health insurance companies will have 32 million more customers. Insurers would benefit from the new insurance marketplaces or exchanges that states would have to set up for individuals shopping for insurance.
SICK If SCOTUS throws out the mandate requiring all Americans to buy health insurance or pay a penalty, but keeps provisions requiring insurers to cover pre-existing conditions without charging them more – insurers lose.
CURE If the court repeals the mandate as well as provisions requiring non-discriminatory coverage for people with pre-existing conditions, that could be a boon for insurance companies, since the federal government would still provide tens of billions of subsidies for people to buy insurance.
SICK But if that happens, it may not last long because Congress would likely quickly act to repeal the subsidies.
Whether you hold a position you want to hedge, or you just want to make a short-term bet, there are two ways play it.