Obama's Presidential Policy

DailyFinance  3 hrs ago  Comment 
Filed under: News, Politics, Congress Former President Barack Obama is getting hit from within his own party. This time, it's Senator Elizabeth Warren. Read more...   Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
New York Times  6 hrs ago  Comment 
The Justice Department is adopting a new strategy for forensics procedures, ending a study panel created by President Barack Obama. What will that mean for criminal trials?
MarketWatch  7 hrs ago  Comment 
Vox’s Ezra Klein says Elizabeth Warren is “one of the Democrats most capable of defining the Democratic Party’s soul and message in a post-Trump era.” But, as she wrote in her new book “The Fight is Our Fight,” that doesn’t mean...
New York Times  8 hrs ago  Comment 
Pete Souza, who has over one million Instagram followers, has drawn attention for applying his Obama-era photographic commentary to life in President Trump’s White House.
Financial Times  8 hrs ago  Comment 
Democrats criticise Hensarling plan as return to predatory Wall Street practices
MarketWatch  9 hrs ago  Comment 
Scott McNealy, co-founder of Sun Microsystems and Donald Trump supporter, went on CNBC to talk about how the business landscape has changed since Barack Obama left the White House.
New York Times  11 hrs ago  Comment 
Former President Obama will be paid handsomely to speak at a health care conference sponsored by the Wall Street investment bank Cantor Fitzgerald.
The Economic Times  Apr 26  Comment 
The US-India bilateral trade relationship is far away from FTA. In the previous Obama administration, the two countries talked about a bilateral investment treaty.
DailyFinance  Apr 26  Comment 
Filed under: News, US, Identities & Heroes TMZ reported on Tuesday that the individual investigated for allegedly stalking Malia Obama in Manhattan won't be charged. Read more...   Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
DailyFinance  Apr 25  Comment 
Filed under: Finance, Business, People Barack Obama is living the dream in his presidential retirement. Since leaving the Oval Office in January, Obama has gone kitesurfing in the Caribbean with Richard Branson, enjoyed a meal with Bono in...


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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