Obama Just Tanked These Stocks

The consensus opinion across many media outlets after last night's presidential debate was that Mitt Romney bested President Obama. As pollsters recalculate each man's odds of winning the election in November, investors are also factoring in what a Romney victory would mean for their portfolios. For investors in hospital stocks, that could mean the repeal of Obamacare and some of the attractive provisions it offers. In the following video Fool.com health care bureau chief Brenton Flynn runs through yesterday's news in more detail, as well as one health care company that's looking to benefit from Obamacare in the future, but is diving on a lowered outlook.

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