The candidate who wins on Nov. 6 may help determine how you invest in 2013. With the election just a dozen days away, President Barack Obama could very well hold on to his job. The good news is, there are plenty of reasons why this would be beneficial for investors.
Under Obama’s leadership, the stock market has soared, and the economy is making steady improvement. If he is able to pursue his policies for a second term, three areas in particular stand to benefit most, which I’ll detail in today’s video.
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Hi, this is Sean Brodrick for Uncommon Wisdom Daily.
The stakes in this year’s presidential election feel unusually high. Barack Obama and Mitt Romney are offering vastly different agendas for the next four years. And which candidate wins on November 6 may help determine how you invest in 2013.
Under President Obama’s leadership, the stock market has soared, and the economy is making steady improvement. If he is able to pursue his policies for a second term, I believe that three areas in particular will stand to benefit most.
The first is the real estate market. As you can see, U.S. housing starts have been trending higher for more than a year, and have really picked up in earnest over the past couple months.
The same can be said for home prices. This improvement is due to the Federal Reserve’s easy-money policies, and President Obama’s efforts to get homeowners out from under an overhang of debt.
Mitt Romney has said that if he wins the election, he’ll replace Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke and pursue an austerity agenda. I doubt he’ll follow through on either threat, but just the possibility of a change in policy could be enough to rattle stocks.
Conversely, a second Obama term would likely produce even more upward momentum in the housing market. One way for investors to benefit from that trend is with builders and home-improvement stocks, such as Home Depot.
The second area that has steadily improved under Obama is the labor market. Obviously, there’s still much work to be done on this front, but the truth is that the unemployment rate is dropping fast. That’s good news for temp-job agencies such as Manpower.
But more employed workers also means more money being spent on all sorts of retail goods. And perhaps the biggest improvement is in auto sales. They’re already surging, up 13% in October. If that pace continues, we should reach 14.9 million units by the end of the year, a very strong number.
There’s no question that ultra-low interest rates have spurred this growth, and Bernanke has promised to keep rates low into 2015. That policy, along with an improving economy, is good news for automakers, and all sorts of U.S.-based manufacturers. So I think stocks like General Motors and Ford could do very well in a second Obama term.
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I’m Sean Brodrick for Uncommon Wisdom Daily. Thanks for watching.