The presidential election is less than two months away, and the race is tight. But if you think President Obama will be re-elected, consider investing in these five sectors.
Shortly after the Fed announced QE3 stimulus, the odds of President Obama's re-election on Intrade hit highest level since Osama bin Laden was killed.
Securities and Investment firms have so far spent $164 million on the 2012 election, and experts say that by election day, Wall Street will likely surpass the $170 million record it set in 2008.
Here's a look at the tiniest - and wealthiest - sliver of non-payers that the Republican presidential candidate characterized as Obama voters.
U.S. spends more on defense than any other country. And that's likely to remain the case regardless of who wins the presidential election. But the defense budget would be bigger under Romney than Obama.
From the weird to the gross, these 13 gadgets will make you wonder why they even exist.
These cars and trucks topped J.D. Power's APEAL survey, which measures how much owners like their new vehicles.
A new 'horsepower war' has erupted among U.S. automakers and these are the most potent weapons in their arsenals.
A small but growing number of craft breweries are including passion fruit, Mexican cinnamon and other traditional Latin flavors.
Talk of a stock market bubble is growing louder. These stocks are some of the priciest in the S&P 500.
Hedge fund managers revealed some of their big investment predictions at the CNBC Institutional Investor Delivering Alpha conference this week.
It's been a bumpy 2014. Before Israel invaded Gaza and the plane crash in Ukraine, these six events threatened to derail the bull market ... briefly
Mansions that would be very costly to build today are on the market around the country for well under $1 million each.
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