Editor’s note: Whether President Barack Obama gets four more years as No. 44 or candidate Mitt Romney gets a chance to prove himself as No. 45, the real winner in this election can be YOU!
That’s because … depending who wins the polls … a select group of stocks and sectors could go absolutely parabolic and hand early investors rapid-fire gains.
Two senior analysts here at Weiss Research — Tony Sagami and Sean Brodrick — are combing through the respective candidates’ promises and policies, as well as the sectors that have historically responded best in the past under each party.
They have found what they’re calling a wealth of “Romney Windfall Stocks” and “Obama Profit Bonanzas.”
And in a special series of briefings from now until the election, they’re sharing their take on what’s at stake for investors … and, more importantly, the profit opportunities behind the promises.
On Tuesday, Tony shared his forecast for the markets if we see a Romney victory. And today, Sean shares his predictions for the markets after a potential Obama re-election. Be sure to tune in on Tuesdays AND Thursdays so that you’ll be prepared to profit either way!
Tonight Joe Biden and Paul Ryan will duke it out at the only vice-presidential debate before the election. The stakes are tremendously high for both parties, as they only have 26 more days to make their case for your vote.
For many investors, the stakes are still-higher. But no matter who wins, stocks will continue to do well … the main difference is which sectors should fare better under which candidate.
My colleague Tony Sagami shared his predictions earlier this week about how a Mitt Romney victory could benefit stocks and the economy. But Barack Obama has a real shot at keeping his job. And in that case, I see three distinct opportunities for investors during a potential second term, which I’d like to outline for you today.
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Hi, this is Sean Brodrick for Uncommon Wisdom Daily.
The vice presidential candidates are gearing up for their one and only debate tonight, following the first of three presidential debates last week. But there’s another debate going on in the markets — over whether Barack Obama or Mitt Romney would be better for stocks and the economy.
Earlier this week, my colleague Tony Sagami shared his predictions for a potential Romney victory. But although the polls have been tightening, incumbents tend to be hard to beat. So I believe the more likely outcome is an Obama re-election.
The good thing for investors is that you can make money either way. But if the Obamas do remain in the White House, it should be positive for stocks and negative for bonds. Here are three reasons why:
First of all, President Obama has already been good for the markets. The Dow Industrials are up 68% since he took office. And while he can’t take all the credit for that gain, the stimulus and recovery programs that he put in place have certainly helped stocks rise. If he’s re-elected, he’ll likely enact more economic stimulus measures, pushing asset prices even higher.
A second Obama term would also be positive for energy stocks in particular. America has experienced an energy boom over the past four years, partly as a result of the president’s policies. He has supported natural gas as a clean-burning domestic fuel that can give us more energy security and cut into our oil imports. And oil and gas production on federal lands has gone up during the Obama administration.
Looking ahead, President Obama’s goal is to generate 80% of our electricity from clean energy sources by 2035. That’s an ambitious upgrade from the previous goal — 25% by 2025 — laid out in the 2008 Democratic Party platform. So a big push to reach the new target would be bullish for all sorts of alternative-energy stocks.
The final likely result of an Obama re-election would be a continued effort to cut the overhang of bad loans left over from the financial crisis. The Federal Reserve is also doing its part, by purchasing mortgage-backed securities. The resulting low mortgage rates, combined with a reduction of corporate debt, should heat up the housing market and provide more easy money for businesses of all types.
There are still two presidential debates to come, and the numbers are close enough that this election could go either way. But as it stands right now, President Obama is likely to win re-election. Polling group Five Thirty Eight estimates that he’s on track to garner 302 electoral votes, well above the 270 needed.
However, it’s always a good idea for investors to be prepared for any outcome. That’s why Tony and I have joined forces — to examine both potential results, and show you how to profit from them.
As we get closer to the election, I’ll tell you more about the investment opportunities that a second Obama term presents. So stay tuned.
I’m Sean Brodrick for Uncommon Wisdom Daily. Thanks for watching.