While scientific research won't get much of a boost no matter who wins in November, Democrats are generally friendlier when it comes to funding for organizations like the National Institute of Health.
In fact, Romney's economic plan includes a 5% reduction on all non-security discretionary spending.
So with an Obama win, analysts expect that companies like Illumina (, )Thermo Fisher Scientific (Fortune 500), and , Life Technologies (, which generate a big chunk of their revenue from government-funded agencies like the NIH, will enjoy a healthy rise. )
The presidential election is less than two months away, and the race is tight. But if you think Mitt Romney has the edge, consider investing in these five sectors. Stay tuned for Obama stocks tomorrow.
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