Three of the worst stocks in the Dow this year are drug store giant Walgreens (WBA), Big Pharma king Pfizer (PFE) and top insurer UnitedHealth (UNH). Continued worries about the possible unwinding of the Affordable Care Act — aka Obamacare — and renewed calls from the Trump administration and leading Democrats to push prescription drug prices lower are clouding the earnings outlook for many health care companies. If Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to gain ground in the polls for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, that could add pressure to the group. Warren supports the Medicare For All single-player plan backed by her rival, Senator Bernie Sanders. Litigation worries are also a major concern. Look no further than Johnson & Johnson (JNJ), another Dow component.

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