CNBC host Jim Cramer says there are clear tells that investors think the economy is going downhill.
Treatments can easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars a year now, and analysts say the prices are going much higher.
The sector has a serious image problem, and investors are skittish about sticking with an industry they know little about.
Stocks in this sector are up less than 4% this year after torrid growth over the previous 2 years.
How should the typical investor interpret this information? With caution.
Is anything not overvalued at this point? Investors are trying to find value in shares seen as bargains, which could keep the rally going next year.
Apparently it's 'bad' now that retail investors have stopped pulling reams of money out of the market.
This week's highlights include quarterly reports from the two biggest companies by market capitalization, Apple and Exxon Mobil, which are expect to post declining earnings.
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