The market was looking for an excuse to sell off and come back to more normal levels, and now we have the pandemic that is the coronavirus.
The NYSE used to be the center of capitalism, but now it's where actual engineering, not financial engineering, is taking place.
Here's how two big events early this week make me view this name that's one of my favorite undervalued, dividend-paying companies.
Despite fluff and puff of UNH's analysts' day, little here screams for getting in right now.
With a discounted share price and health coverage proposals among politicians, there are multiple ways to play Cigna.
Following its Aetna acquisition that closed back in November, CVS is positioning itself for further strength.
The results of a lung-cancer drug got me to go long on the stock, but the larger picture is complicated.
A 65-year-old couple will need on average $280,000 to cover health care and medical expenses throughout retirement, according to Fidelity Investments' 16th annual retiree health care cost estimate. But do you really need that much?
You probably worry the most about healthcare costs in retirement, but you'll be surprised to hear what actually could cost you more! Robert Powell, editor of Retirement Daily, explains. Watch!
Hyundai's Super Bowl LII ad focused on pediatric cancer. Every day, 43 kids are diagnosed with cancer. Clearly this issue needs attention, so watch the full ad now!