(Fortune) Four sectors that could benefit.
Much like the way oil stocks surged under George W. Bush, and technology under Bill Clinton, a new president with a different set of priorities can greatly affect the fortunes of companies. Senator Bernie Sanders, a presidential candidate with many ideas far off the beaten path from most other U.S. politicians and a deep desire to reform and restructure the balance of power in the American economy, would change the game across a host of industries.
To be sure, Sanders wants to raise taxes and regulation on Corporate America. That’s not likely to be good for most companies, especially large publicly traded ones. And the stock market is not immune to changes in the status quo. But as always, along with the losers, there will be winners as well.
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