Delivered October 26, 2020. Contributor: Melissa C.
To determine which public stocks will increase or decrease in value after the upcoming election due to political unrest.
A CNBC report suggests, infrastructure, clean energy and health-care services companies would be poised to do well, while Pharmaceutical companies and FAANG stocks (Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet) could decrease in stock price.
The following 10 public companies could see a rise in stock prices if Trump wins the election: Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Amazon, Exxon Mobile, Twitter, Facebook, Lockheed Martin, Geo Group, Walmart and VaneckVectors Russia ETF.
Seven public companies in the medical marijuana industry that should see an increase in stock price: Canopy Growth, Cronos Group, Tilray, Innovative Industrial Properties, Charlotte's Web, Turning Point Brands and Curaleaf.
These are the top 10 public tech companies that may likely decrease in value after the election due to efforts to enforce stricter regulations- no matter who wins: Google, Microsoft, Intel, Advanced Micro Devices, Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Taiwan Semiconductor, Salesforce and Nividia.
If Biden wins, these public companies win likely benefit: First Solar, Sunrun, Canadian Solar, NextEra Energy, Plug Power, SPI Energy, Workhorse, Advent Technologies, AMCI Acquisitions and Nikola.
These public company stocks will likely lose credibility after a Biden win: Sturm Ruger, Smith & Wesson Brands, Vista Outdoor, Olin Corporation, Sportsman's Warehouse, Walmart, CoreCivic, Amazon and Big Five Sporting Goods.
Electric vehicle companies set to see increase if Biden wins: Tesla, Nikola, Toyota, General Motors and Hyliion.
Gig economy stocks for Uber and Lyft have been fighting the current administration due to laws requiring employees be treated as employees- they will like see an uptick under new legislation. Fiverr, Upwork and Etsy should also see an increase in price.
Public companies that will likely do well no matter the outcome of the election will be Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Leidos Holdings.
Only the project owner can select the next research path.