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the obama portfolio

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    This is from Yahoo Finance. It may interest those interested in Aussie Ag stocks.

    The Obama Portfolio: 'Dirt Cheap' Ag, Infrastructure Stocks Best Positioned

    Posted Nov 05, 2008 07:00am EST by Aaron Task in Investing, Newsmakers, Recession, Biotech
    Related: MOT, POT, KBR, TAXI, ITB, IBB, FWLT
    Now that the votes have been cast, it's time to start thinking about what stocks will fare better under an Obama presidency.

    Agriculture and infrastructure stocks are best positioned to benefit from an Obama victory, says James Altucher, managing partner at Formula Capital. In addition to Obama's pledged support for ethanol and infrastructure spending, Altucher says stocks like Mosaic, Potash and KBR are "dirt cheap" after getting trashed by hedge fund-related selling in September and October.

    Giving the likelihood Obama will raise taxes on dividends, the fund manager and author also recommends closed-end muni bond funds like TS&W/Claymore Tax-Advantaged Balanced Fund and BlackRock MuniYield Florida Insured Fund.

    While an unrepentant bull, Alutcher is less optimistic than other pundits about prospects for biotech and healthcare stocks under an Obama administration, as discussed in the accompanying video. Off camera, he also expressed similar lukewarm views on alternative energy stocks: "The second there is an alt energy bill, oil will fall to $40 -- then we don't need it anymore," he quipped.

    (Disclsoure: Altucher owns shares of Mosaic, KBR, and BlackRock MuniYield Florida Insured Fund.)
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