UZ INVESTORS Trump Budget A "Grave Mistake Hillary Clinton offered harsh criticism of President Donald Trump's budget proposal in remarks at Georgetown University

Clinton Calls Trump Budget A “Grave Mistake For Our Country”

Clinton Calls Trump Budget A “Grave Mistake For Our Country”

UZ INVESTORS Trump Budget A "Grave Mistake Hillary Clinton offered harsh criticism of President Donald Trump's budget proposal in remarks at Georgetown University

BUZ INVESTORS Trump Budget A “Grave Mistake  Hillary Clinton offered harsh criticism of President Donald Trump’s budget proposal in remarks at Georgetown University on Friday.

Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, specifically targeted Trump’s call for sharp reductions in spending on the State Department and foreign aid.

“We are seeing signals of a shift that should alarm us all,” Clinton said. “This administration’s proposed cuts to international health, development and diplomacy would be a blow to women and children and a grave mistake for our country.”



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Trump Budget A “Grave Mistake

The former Secretary of State cited a letter signed by more than 120 retired generals and admirals last month warning the White House of the negative impacts of cutting funding for the State Department and diplomacy programs.

“These distinguished women and men who have served in uniform recognize that turning our back on diplomacy won’t make our country safer,” Clinton said. “It will undermine our security and our standing in the world.”

The comments from Clinton mark the second time she has recently waded back into politics after delivering remarks earlier in the week critical of the Republican healthcare bill.


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Best Healthcare Stocks Under Trump in 2017

Will Trump’s Healthcare Act “Make America Sick Again?”

Buz Investors Best Healthcare Stocks Buz Investors Best Healthcare StocksHealthcare company stocks have taken their fair share of beatings in the last two years.

Buz Investors Best Healthcare Stocks Buz Investors Best Healthcare StocksHealthcare company stocks have taken their fair share of beatings in the last two years. But President Donald Trump’s proposed American Health Care Act is breathing some life back into them. If you’re looking for the best healthcare stocks in 2017, you may have come to the right place.

The great thing about the healthcare sector is that, no matter how the economy is doing, the established companies will keep minting money.

The economists are calling it the “baby boomers effect.” There is a whole swarm of the population approaching old age. With old age come health problems. It’s easy to guess that demand for healthcare will shoot up.



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Best Healthcare Stocks

For a tip on picking the best healthcare stocks to invest in, look no further than Warren Buffett of Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE:BRK.B); the legendary billionaire investor who built a fortune from the ground up

It’s a flashback to 1993 when first lady, Hillary Clinton, came forward with a plan to reform America’s healthcare sector. On the agenda were propositions to establish checks on healthcare companies and making health insurance available to every American. But protests from the opposition killed the plan.

1. Trump wants perfect market competition in the healthcare sector. He wants market economics to determine prices. Free markets will mean little interference from the government and more power to the healthcare companies. In short, it’s good news for healthcare stocks.

2. Trump wants the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to expedite drug approvals. This will serve as a blessing in disguise to companies awaiting approvals. Keep an eye out for winners in biotechnology stocks.

3. Hospitals will face the biggest blow if Obamacare gets repealed. With insurers out of the picture, hospitals will see fattening bad debt expenses on their income statements. You might want to steer clear of hospital stocks.

4. The Trump administration is proposing to cut funding to the National Institute of Health (NIH) by 20%. This could hurt healthcare companies with research arms and laboratories that depend on government sponsorship.

5. The Trump administration’s anti-abortion and anti-marijuana policies may hurt companies with high stakes in contraceptive products and medicinal marijuana products.

Best Dividend Healthcare Stocks Under Trump

1. Medtronic plc.

This is one company set to make the most of the baby boomers effect. Let me explain.

Medtronic plc. (NYSE:MDT) makes some of the world’s most popular surgical and cardiovascular medical devices in the world. It is the go-to company for surgeons. From pacemakers to insulin pumps to surgical kits, Medtronic has it all covered for the boomers getting sick with old age.

2. AbbVie  Inc

Think of AbbVie and one word comes to mind: “Humira!”

Spun off from the mighty Abbott Laboratories, AbbVie Inc (NYSE:ABBV) is known for its best-selling drug, Humira. In fact, Humira is one of the top selling drugs in the world in terms of revenue.

3. Novartis AG (ADR)

Novartis AG (ADR) (NYSE:NVS) is one of the most diversified of healthcare companies. Unlike its famous competitors Bristol-Myers Squibb Co (NYSE:BMY)Gilead Sciences, Inc.(NASDAQ:GILD), and Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) that tout narrowly focused drug portfolios, Novartis has all of its bases covered for selling a bit of everything.



Clinton Hints at Comeback to ‘Shine a Light’ on Issues

Clinton Hints at Comeback to ‘Shine a Light’ on Issues

Former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton hinted Friday that she is ready to re-enter public life. Clinton said, “I am ready to come out of the woods,” at the end of a St. Patrick’s Day speech in Scranton, Pennsylvania, in a reference to her viral photograph while hiking in the woods near her home in Chappaqua, New… Continue reading “Clinton Hints at Comeback to ‘Shine a Light’ on Issues”

Defense Stocks: If Hillary Clinton Wins, These 3 Defense Stocks Could Soar

Defense Stocks: If Hillary Clinton Wins, These 3 Defense Stocks Could Soar

Defense Stocks: If Hillary Clinton Wins, These 3 Defense Stocks Could Soar

Defense Stocks Poised for Big Gains if Clinton Wins
Who, or what, almost always gets presidential election predictions right? If you said “Nostradamus” or “The Amazing Kreskin,” you are wrong. It’s Wall Street. If from late July to late October, stocks in New York go up—and so far, they certainly have—Hillary Clinton will become the first female president. If the bears invade Wall Street, the most likely winner will be Donald Trump. But the better question is: over which defense stocks should they be bullish? In other words, what are the best defense.

Most importantly, Donald Trump would relax relations with Moscow and Beijing. In one of his more reasoned exchanges, Trump admitted that there are profound differences between the United States and Russia, or China, but that he would find common ground with both powers on the basis of shared interests. Essentially, Trump wants to shut down the new Cold War, which Obama launched and which Clinton would only intensify. (Source: “Transcript: Donald Trump’s Foreign Policy Speech,” The New York Times, April 27, 2016.)

Simply put, Lockheed Martin is the largest defense stock in the world. It has a myriad of activities; recently, it even became one of the world’s most prolific helicopter manufacturers, after acquiring Sikorsky from United Technologies Corporation (NYSE:UTX). But more than that, Lockheed Martin also manages and executes hundreds of projects, including satellite systems and naval aviation (i.e. the “F-35”).

Lockheed Martin can expect higher demand for missiles and related systems. The company supplies the majority of these types of weapons for the U.S. Air Force and U.S. allies. LMT has multiplied the number of “Paveway II” laser-guided bombs coming out of its assembly lines, and it is boosting manufacturing of its “Hellfire” missile. (Source: “Look out ISIS: Lockheed Martin QUADRUPLES manufacturing of laser guided bombs and boosts production of hellfire missiles, “The Daily Mail, March 18, 2016.)

Lockheed Martin can expect higher demand for missiles and related systems. The company supplies the majority of these types of weapons for the U.S. Air Force and U.S. allies. LMT has multiplied the number of “Paveway II

Another company that will benefit from higher defense budgets is Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE:NOC).

The Hidden Defense Stock

Honeywell International Inc. (NYSE:HON), is a stock that Hillary Clinton would love. Indeed, one of Honeywell’s specialties is cyber security.

Technologies Corporation (NYSE:UTX), also known as UTC. Such a merger would challenge LMT for the role of biggest defense contractor.

 

 

 

US Elections: Trump is now beforehand of Hillary Clinton by using 44% to 39% - Rabobank

US Elections: Trump is now beforehand of Hillary Clinton by using 44% to 39% – Rabobank

US Elections: Trump is now beforehand of Hillary Clinton by using 44% to 39% – Rabobank

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US Elections: Trump is now beforehand of Hillary Clinton by using 44% to 39% - Rabobank
Michael every, Head of economic Markets Reseach at Rabobank, notes that according to a CNNPolitics ballot , Donald Trump is now beforehand of Hillary Clinton 44% to 39% in a hypothetical 4-way fit-up for the usa presidency that also consists of Libertarian Gary Johnson (nine%) and Jill Stein of the veggies (3%); even in a head-to-head with Clinton, Trump is ahead 48% to forty five%.

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“The poll notes elevated Trump guide amongst independents, seen as key to the presidential election this year: earlier than the Republican country wide convention, which commentators stated become a long way from the same old show of celebration team spirit, such impartial voters have been split 34% – 31% for Clinton, with Johnson on 22%, and Stein on 10%; the CNN poll now indicates forty six% backing Trump, 28% Clinton, 15% Johnson, and four% Stein.

Trump also now holds double-digit leads as being greater depended on on each the economic system and on terrorism. An vital factor to stress is that CNN indicates a pointy divide: amongst white voters with university degrees, Clinton is ahead 44% to 39%; however, among white citizens with out a university degree Trump is beforehand by way of 62% to 23%. The Brexit vote has already shown all-too in reality that financial markets could be well located to do not forget how huge various evaluations they’re genuinely hearing in place of disregarding the thought of unconventional regulations.

Of course, this week sees the rival Democrat national conference (DNC), where Clinton could be hoping for her very own ballot soar, although thus far it appears to have been overshadowed by way of storms both outdoor and inside the venue: indeed, it appears to be the second one unconventional convention this 12 months (and this morning a flash flood swept away the media tent.)”