Obamacare, The Hype-Cycle Analysis: A Three Year Downward Spiral

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MedicalSelfSufficiency.com Announces the Findings of Research Analyst, Predicting Future Changes in Public Sentiment Regarding Obamacare, Based on The Hype-Cycle Analysis Commonly Used in the Tech Industry.

Semiconductor industry veteran analyst Bert McComas announces the availability of the Hype-Cycle Analysis for Obamacare. The 'Hype-Cycle Analysis' is a proven tool which graphically projects the rise or fall of popular opinion about new initiatives and technologies. This is the first time such analysis has been applied to ObamaCare to project its 'popularity cycle' and future public opinion.

The 'Hype-Cycle Analysis' points out that Obamacare reached and passed its 'Peak of Inflated Expectations' in October 2013, and shortly thereafter began what will be a three year decline through the so-called 'Trough of Disillusionment.' This downward spiral will continue as more US citizens confront whatever personal negative consequences may await them, due to the ongoing rollout of Obamacare.

"Over the next three years, negative public sentiment will continue to drive Obamacare downward on the Hype-Cycle as its impact accumulates each year," said Mr McComas. "These events include elections, recurring annual insurance rate hikes, annual tax penalties, compulsory shifts to part time employment, and other annually worsening negative consequences."

The 'Hype-Cycle Analysis' and related information is explained in greater detail in a series of articles and a video interview available at http://www.MedicalSelfSufficiency.com, a website dedicated to helping people take charge of their own health care. MedicalSelfSufficiency offers its subscribers video training to learn techniques used by natural health care practitioners, that can be applied by individuals and families to restore and preserve health.

Bert McComas is Chief Analyst with InQuest Market Research, and is known in the semiconductor industry for incisive 'Hype Cycle' forecasts of high flying technologies such as Rambus and Infiniband which met their doom after extreme rides through the Hype-Cycle curve. McComas has also applied his experience to other industries, such as open source software, medical equipment, cellular communications, etc.

Media Contact: Bert McComas, Chief Analyst http://www.InQst.com - (480) 988-5585 - bertmccomas(at)gmail(dot)com
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