Pre-Election Stock Report
How will your investment portfolio fare when the new president takes office?
One of Andrew Goetz's earliest political memories dates back to the summer of 1974, when he and his camp buddies tuned in to the resignation of President Richard Nixon. "I didn't understand all that was going on," he says, "but I was old enough to know it was time for change."
More than 30 years later, the co-owner of Malin+Goetz, a 4-year-old modern beauty and skin-care apothecary in New York City, thinks the U.S. is due for more dramatic changes--political, economic and social. His presidential pick is Sen. Barack Obama (D-IL), and he's showing support via his ballot and his investment portfolio, picking stocks that would fare well with Obama in office. It's a way "to put my money where my mouth is," says Goetz, 46.
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