March 24, 2010 03:35 ET

TheStockAlarm Health Care Watchlist: Pfizer Inc., Boston Scientific Corporation, American International Group, Inc., Tenet Healthcare Corp.

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA--(Marketwire - March 24, 2010) - Ok. It's over. Obama went all in, getting the last minute support he needed from key Democrats, and won. The Health Care Bill, one of the most far-reaching and influential pieces of legislation to come out of Washington in decades, is poised to become law. So now it's time to put aside whatever personal opinions you may have and figure out how this Bill is going to affect your money. Obama bet all his chips and won. Let's find out how to make sure the next pot ends up in your pocket.

We're seeing a small pullback in the health care sector today as investors take a breather amidst a flat and uninspired day on the markets all around. So it's a good time to think about where to put your money. The sector woke up Monday morning to find a new market almost the size of California to be served. 32 Million People without medical insurance will be brought into the fold. No less than Bill Miller, the legendary money manager from Legg Mason, has gone on the record saying that he likes health care now that we've seen this legislation passed. And we would have to agree.

Today The Stock Alarm announces four health care related stocks: Pfizer Inc.(PFE), Boston Scientific Corporation (BSX), American International Group, Inc.(AIG),Tenet Healthcare Corp. (THC)

There are several ETF's that should be considered. The Healthcare Select Spyder (XLV-N) is a great way to get overall exposure to the sector. It also sees enough volume to satisfy anyone looking to daytrade the swings that will inevitably arrive as new details and analysis are revealed.

Next, there are several sub-sectors of the industry which can be targeted by specific ETF's. The ishares Dow Jones U.S. Healthcare Providers Index Fund (IHF-N) is a great way to invest in everything from the Health Maintenance Companies to Nursing Homes to the Hospitals themselves. The increased customer base should offset and margin pressure the insurers will feel from tighter regulation. The hospitals are a no-brainer. The increase in insured customers will result in revenue growth on the top line while the decrease in bad debts (non-paying customers) will result in profit growth on the bottom! For exposure to the drugmakers, look at the SPDR S&P Pharmaceuticals ETF (XPH-N). Big Pharma will be a big recipient of all the new money being thrown at the industry. They also won out in their lobbying efforts preventing drug imports and price controls.

There are plenty of ways to look at playing Healthcare reform. There are more ETF's, as well as plenty of individual stocks (AET-N, CI-N are a couple of insurers; UHS-N, THC-N in the hospital arena; PFE-N, JNJ-N are drugmakers). Keep watching for more tips at

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