Obama's Presidential Policy

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The Trump administration's proposed 2018 budget cuts billions from public health and biomedical research programs.  The budget, which was released Tuesday, takes drastic spending cuts to agencies within the Department of Health and Human...
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Clusterstock  May 22  Comment 
US presidents face a key contradiction once they assume office.  They must pay lip service to the free-market creed that "government does not create jobs" even as they desperately seeking to claim credit for all job creation under their...
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Hint: It's not even close!
New York Times  May 20  Comment 
President Trump was received warmly in Riyadh by Saudi leaders who appeared to embrace an American leader intent on supporting Sunni Muslim countries.
New York Times  May 20  Comment 
The department, led by Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, will carry out an Obama-era plan to streamline the federal system for administering $1.3 trillion in student loans.
DailyFinance  May 19  Comment 
Filed under: Lifestyle, Food, Food & Drink Although Anthony Bourdain famously drank beer with then-President Obama on "Parts Unknown," the celebrity chef has no plans to make a dinner date with President Trump. Read...
DailyFinance  May 19  Comment 
Filed under: News, Politics, White House It's no secret that former President Obama and Vice President Biden shared a "bromance" while in the White House. They even had memes go viral -- to the point where Biden has seen them. Read...


President Obama won the election pledging to spend hundreds of billions of dollars and pledging to enact new laws, while changing or removing old ones. Where that money goes, industries rise. Where budget cuts and unfavorable laws are passed, industries fall.

Companies that could benefit

  • Caterpillar (CAT) - With infrastructure spending comes the need for heavy duty construction vehicles. Despite layoffs in early 2009[1] and a 4Q2008 earnings drop of 32% [2], look for Caterpillar (CAT) to benefit from any large infastructure investments in the United States.
  • Renewable Energy companies are yearning to get more support from the government, but already Obama has given out billions in the form of tax credits and subsidies to Solar Power and Wind Energy.

Companies that could decline

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