Investors have been on edge recently, watching every swing in the polls trying to figure out whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will win in November. It’s understandable. The two candidates have very different visions for how the economy should work, and their respective policies could have a significant impact on economic growth.
Per our prior report, however, the two candidates have one specific area of agreement. Both Clinton and Trump seem likely to push for a plan that would allow U.S. companies holding cash overseas to bring that money back at a lower tax rate. In turn, they’d use the incremental tax revenue from that repatriation to fund significant new investment in repairing and upgrading our nation’s infrastructure.
There are four groups that would disproportionately benefit if this plan goes into place. This special report analyzes which stock in each group offers investors the most appealing risk/reward profile.
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