UNH has very limited exposure to Obamanocare risk because it had to foresight to limit its participation to a very small area, mayby just a couple of states but I'm not sure. It will be hurt less by this mess than other insurers. If UNH goes to $60, the overall market will likely in pretty rough shape too, but then I don't mind a market correction before continuing a move up given the run up in the past year.
precisely, UNH will be vulnerable through its investments to a market correction, they are in chaos trying to follow new healthcare rules, and losing worker productivity with every change. They will either gain bad paying business through obamacare, lose customers to obamacare, or force customers out of good plans due to new rules requiring pap smear coverage for male plans.