In its last annual report card, the American Society of Civil Engineers gave the country’s overall infrastructure a dismal grade of D+. With much infrastructure work clearly needing to be done, and the changing political landscape with Democrats taking control of the House of Representatives, there may be movement on infrastructure spending. So is now the time to consider infrastructure investments – and, if so, which ones? Today’s article provides five specific infrastructure stock suggestions, looks at whether this is truly an “infrastructure moment”, and examines “the dark side of infrastructure investing”. For more, CLICK HERE.
There has been much discussion about the impending ramp-up in infrastructure spending and how investors can seek to profit from it. Today’s article, however, focuses on a “quiet revolution” taking place in another infrastructure space: “You can’t as easily see, touch, or feel this critical American infrastructure; but it is every bit as important to our economy as the traditional infrastructure.” What is this non-traditional infrastructure, what factors (including Donald Trump’s son-in-law) are set to drive its boom, and what three stocks are highlighted as being primed to ride the wave? CLICK HERE to find out.
While campaign trail promises are made to be broken (turns out that wall with Mexico might be more of a fence), the author of today’s article is confident that one Trump promise is likely to be kept: the promise related to increased infrastructure spending. Moreover, this stimulus plan is likely to come within the first hundred days of Trump taking office. As such, the author highlights four companies that stand to benefit from this initiative to consider as investments. To read about these four companies – including the largest steel producer in the U.S. and the fourth largest producer of carbon steel products – CLICK HERE.
Regardless of which presidential candidate emerges victorious on November 8th, the next administration is expected to provide a significant boost to government spending on infrastructure. While some investors are already starting to make anticipatory plays on this front, the author of today’s article cautions that “investors who want their portfolios to follow the government money should keep in mind a few facts before committing their own cash.” Which specific areas – and specific companies – might be better plays for a Clinton administration, and which might be more lucrative for a Trump administration? How do analysts believe this new domestic infrastructure investment will be different from the last? What kind of time frame should investors have in mind for these plays? CLICK HERE to find out.