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Are Utility and Health Care ETFs good buys in June?

From Todd Shriber: Following a rough May for U.S. stocks, investors will not be pleased to know June is, historically, an unpleasant month for stocks. Over the past 20 years, the S&P 500 averages a June decline of 0.70 percent, making the sixth month of the year the second-worst, on average, behind only September.

Why Are Health Insurance Shares Rallying 33% Year to Date?

From Zacks Equity Research: Health Insurance Innovations, Inc. (HIIQ – Free Report) shares have soared 32.8% year to date against  the industry‘s decrease of 23.2% and the Zacks S&P 500 composite’s decline of 1.5%. With a market capitalization of nearly $532 million, average volume of shares traded in the last three months were 0.6 million.