5 Tech Stocks That Could Boom Under the Trump Presidency
U.S. tech companies store a lot of cash overseas (mostly to avoid paying Uncle Sam money on what they earned overseas). President Trump has indicated he wants to give American companies with cash overseas a short window to bring that money home at a reduced tax rate—this would be amazing for tech stocks, as they hold billions of dollars overseas!
Most companies have already suggested that they would use this cash to issue a special dividend. This is money we would never see without a tax holiday. And Trump has the power to bring that policy to fruition.
We’ve identified five tech companies that could benefit the most under Trump’s plan to give companies a tax break on repatriating their cash.
You can learn all about the five tech companies that could see their stock prices boom under President Trump in a special hot-off-the-press investor research report we’ve prepared called 5 Tech Stocks That Could Boom Under a Trump Presidency. It’s yours FREE when you opt in for our FREE tech investing e-letter, Profit Confidential.
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