From the Department of Putting Your Money Where Your Mouth Is, the Motley Fool takes a look at "Health-Care Stocks Obama Would Buy." While it's not exactly ethical--or perhaps illegal--for the president of the United States to hold stock, much less tout publicly traded companies, President Obama has dropped some hints about which healthcare companies he'd invest in if he could. And, according to the Fool, EMR vendors represent "the reform that everybody likes." While we may be wary of investing in a company with a 45 P/E ratio like athenahealth right now, it's a good bet this sector is on the cusp of a boom. Article

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