November 02, 2012 at 09:00 AM EDT
Vote For Obama Or Romney With These ETFs
With the 2012 presidential elections only a few days away, folks in Washington, Wall Street and Main Street are gearing up to see who will occupy the coveted Oval Office come January. As with any election, there are, of course, those who are still raising their metaphorical pitchforks, slinging mud at the two candidates, and preaching from their soap boxes about why their presidential pick is obviously the only reasonable one out there. Regardless of the media hoopla, voters are still faced with the choice; will it be Romney’s “Five Point” plan that will create more jobs and more take-home pay, or will “moving forward,” not backwards, be the answer to our nation’s problems? For investors, this year’s presidential elections will be an important one, as both candidates present radically different plans that will ultimately affect everyone’s bottom line. But, of course, on Wall Street, there is always a winning play for [...] Click here to read the original article on ETFdb.com. Related Posts: Will Obamacare Put Healthcare ETFs On Life Support? Size Does Matter (To a Point): Study of ETF Liquidity Wednesday’s ETF Chart To Watch: Dow Jones U.S. Pharmaceutical Index Fund (IHE) Inside The SuperDividend ETF: Q&A With Bruno del Ama 3 ETFs In Focus As Election Nears
With the 2012 presidential elections only a few days away, folks in Washington, Wall Street and Main Street are gearing up to see who will occupy the coveted Oval Office come January. As with any election, there are, of course, those who are still raising their metaphorical pitchforks, slinging mud at the two candidates, and preaching from their soap boxes about why their presidential pick is obviously the only reasonable one out there. Regardless of the media hoopla, voters are still faced with the choice; will it be Romney’s “Five Point” plan that will create more jobs and more take-home pay, or will “moving forward,” not backwards, be the answer to our nation’s problems? For investors, this year’s presidential elections will be an important one, as both candidates present radically different plans that will ultimately affect everyone’s bottom line. But, of course, on Wall Street, there is always a winning play for [...]

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