Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry on filing a lawsuit over Mark Zuckerberg-funded free election grants.
Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry on filing a lawsuit over Mark Zuckerberg-funded free election grants.
Move over Apple. Millennials prefer another stock — and it's not even in the S&P 500 yet. And so far, it's paying off in a major way.
It will certainly be something to celebrate, and that you’ve already figured out what your retirement income will be is a great start. Americans qualify for survivor benefits in a few scenarios, including if they are a widow or widower age 60 or older; a divorced spouse from a marriage that lasted 10 years and who did not remarry before age 60; or a widow or widower at any age caring for the deceased’s child under age 16. Spousal benefits can be very confusing, said Kate Gregory, a financial planner and president of Gregory Advisors Inc. As a spouse, you’re entitled to 50% of your husband’s primary insurance benefit that he’d receive at his Full Retirement Age (FRA, which in his case is 66 years old), but he has to have filed for his benefits before you can do so.
Watch the plumbing of the U.S. financial system because this old house is about to spring a giant leak.
New Street Research analyst Pierre Ferragu set a one-year price target of $400 that would imply a loss of more than a quarter of the chip maker’s valuation.
Value investing, which has been maligned for years, is about to come back in style. Because elections have a long track record of doing wonders for value stocks, whose prices are deemed low compared with business prospects. Value stocks outperformed growth for half a year after every presidential election since 1980, according to research by Larry McDonald and his team at the Bear Traps Report.
Analysts say these are the best stocks to buy in the fourth quarter. The fourth quarter will be filled with uncertainty related to the election, the health crisis and the economy. Analyst Jeffrey Spector says self-storage real estate investment trust Extra Space Storage is well-positioned to outperform in the closing months of 2020.
President Donald Trump promised a new dawn for the struggling U.S. steel industry in 2016, and the lure of new jobs in Midwestern states including Michigan helped him eke out a surprise election win. Four years later, Great Lakes Works - once among the state's largest steel plants - has shut down steelmaking operations and put 1,250 workers out of a job.
If the stock market’s ups and downs this year have taught us any enduring lesson, it’s a repeat of an old stand-by: the importance of setting up a steady income stream, to keep the portfolio profitable no matter how the individual shares move. Dividends are a key part of any investment income strategy, giving investors a reliable income when it’s needed most.All dividends are not created equal, however. Investors should seek out companies with one of two advantage – or preferably both: a commitment to maintaining the dividend, and a high yield. The second is not hard to find, considering the Federal Reserve’s policy of keeping interest rates near zero, while the first attribute may take some research.With all of that in mind, we’ve opened up the Stock Screener tool from TipRanks, a company that tracks and measures the performance of analysts, to find stocks with high dividend yields. Setting the screener filters to show stocks with "strong buy" consensus rating and a high dividend yields exceeding 9% gave us a manageable list of stocks. We’ve picked three to focus on.New Mountain Finance Corporation (NMFC)The first stock on the list is New Mountain Finance, in the business development niche. New Mountain invests in debt securities, including first and second lien notes and mezzanine securities. The Company's portfolio includes public and private equity and credit funds with a total worth well north of $28 billion.The company reported 30 cents per share in net investment income for the second quarter, down 4 cents sequentially. At the top line, revenues came in at $76 million, a healthy turnaround from the first quarter revenue loss of $174 million. As far as the data can show, New Mountain has turned around from the coronavirus losses incurred early in the year.New Mountain kept its dividend payment stable in the second quarter, at 30 cents per common share. At the current level, the $1.20 annualized payout gives a high yield of 11.5%.Wells Fargo analyst Finian O’Shea is comfortable with NMFC’s dividend policy, writing, “Having reduced its $0.34 dividend to $0.30 last quarter, coverage appears solid after the BDC has sustained its impact from nonaccruals, de-leveraging and LIBOR…”O’Shea believes NMFC shares have room to rise, noting: "NMFC trades at 0.82x, about in-line with the WFBDC Index despite its history of top-quartile returns, improved leverage profile and portfolio level performance so far through today’s recessionary environment."To this end, O’Shea rates NMFC an Overweight (i.e. Buy), and his $11.25 price target suggests it has a nearly 14% upside potential for the coming year. (To watch O’Shea’s track record, click here)Overall, the Wall Street consensus on NMFC is a Strong Buy, based on 4 reviews including 3 Buys and 1 Hold. The shares are selling for $9.88, and the average price target of $10.92 implies a one-year upside of 11% for the stock. (See NMFC stock analysis on TipRanks)Plains GP Holdings (PAGP)Next on our list, Plains GP, is a holding company in the oil and gas midstream sector. Plains’ assets move oil and gas products from the well heads to the storage facilities, refineries, and transport hubs. The company’s operations move more than 6 million barrels of oil equivalent daily, in a network extending to the Texas oil patch and the Gulf Coast. Plains also has assets in California and the Appalachian natural gas fields.The crisis in the first half of this year put heavy pressure on Plains’ revenue and earnings. By Q2, revenue was down by two-thirds, to $3.2 billion, and EPS had fallen to just 9 cents. As part of its response, Plains slashed its dividend by half – from 36 cents per common share to 18 cents. The cut was made to keep the dividend within the distributable cash flow, affordable for the company – and kept up for shareholders. Looking at numbers, PAGP's dividend payment offers investors a yield of 11.7%, almost 6x higher than the average yield among S&P 500-listed companies.Tristan Richardson, covering the stock for Truist, sees Plains in a good spot at present. Noting the difficulties faced earlier in the year, he writes, “Despite cautious notes on recovery and general industry commentary that reflects the tepid growth environment, Plains remains among best positioned, in our view, amongst volumetrically sensitive business as a dominant Permian operator… We believe the units/shares should find some support over the near term on … the inflection to positive free cash flow and gradual de-levering.”Richardson gives this stock a Buy rating and $12 price target, indicating an impressive potential upside of 80% for the next 12 months. (To watch Richardson’s track record, click here)The Strong Buy analyst consensus rating on PAGP is unanimous, based on 5 recent reviews, all Buys. The stock has an average price target of $11, implying an upside of 65% from the current share price of $6.82. (See PAGP stock analysis on TipRanks)Sixth Street Specialty Lending (TSLX)The last company on our list recently underwent a name change; in June, it dropped its old name TPG in favor of Sixth Street. The ticker and stock history remain the same, however, so the difference for investors is in the letterhead. Sixth Street continues the core business of providing credit and capital for mid-market companies, helping to fund America’s small and medium enterprise niche.The economic difficulties of the corona crisis were easily visible in this company’s top line. Revenue was negative in Q1, due to a curtailment in loan collections and reduction in interest income, although earnings remained positive. In Q2, EPS rose to 59 cents per share, meeting the forecast, and revenues returned to positive numbers, at $103 million.Sixth Street adjusted its dividend during the crisis, but that move did not raise any eyebrows. The company has a long history of dividend payment adjustments, regularly making changes to the common stock dividend in order to keep it in line with earnings, and giving supplemental dividends when possible. The current regular payment is set at 41 cents, annualizing to $1.64, and giving a strong yield of 9.45%.JMP analyst Christopher York believes that Sixth Street has as solid position in its niche, noting, “…we think the company has historically proven, and subsequently earned investor trust and credibility to underwrite and structure complex and special situation investments to achieve attractive risk-adjusted returns.”Regarding the dividend, York is optimistic about the future, writing, “[The] supplemental dividend is likely to return following two quarters of no distributions as a result of the mechanics of the supplemental dividend framework…”In line with his positive outlook for the company, York rates the stock as Outperform (i.e. Buy), and his $20 price target indicates confidence in a 15% upside potential. (To watch York’s track record, click here)This stock has another unanimous Strong Buy consensus rating, with 5 recent Buy reviews. The stock’s current share price is $17.33 and the average price target of $19.30 suggests it has room for 11% share price growth ahead of it. (See TSLX stock analysis on TipRanks)To find good ideas for dividend stocks trading at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks to Buy, a newly launched tool that unites all of TipRanks’ equity insights.Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the featured analysts. The content is intended to be used for informational purposes only. It is very important to do your own analysis before making any investment.
The president has halted talks but is giving mixed messages. When might you get more cash?
Harvard’s University’s endowment’s return lagged the U.S. stock market — again. For the fiscal year ending June 30, Harvard’s endowment produced a 7.3% return, versus a 7.5% total return for the S&P 500 (SPX) . This marks the 12th year in a row in which the $42 billion portfolio fell behind the benchmark index.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (NYSE: BRK-A) (NYSE: BRK-B) has managed to outperform the broader markets consistently over the last few decades.Let's take a look at three such technology companies backed by the Warren Buffett and Charlie Munger-led investment company that have managed to outperform the S&P 500 index in 2020.Apple, A $2T Giant: Tech heavyweight Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is a company valued at approximately $2 trillion.According to Berkshire's latest 13F filing, it holds a little over 1 billion Apple shares worth $115.4 billion, indicating a 5.9% stake in the company.Apple accounts for 48.9% of Berkshire's total portfolio and it has been one of the top-performing stocks in the last two decades. The iPhone manufacturer continues to benefit from customer loyalty and an expanding product portfolio that has grown over the years to include wearables like the Apple Watch and AirPods.The iPhone remains Apple's key revenue driver, but its Services business is the company's fastest-growing segment. Apple's Services business includes the highly lucrative App Store and several subscription products like the Apple TV+, Apple Music, Apple Care, and Apple Arcade.Apple has successfully created a robust ecosystem with a strong focus on customer engagement. At the start of 2020, it claimed to have over 1.5 billion active devices, while the number of total paid subscriptions at the end of July rose 31% to year-over-year to 550 million.Apple had aimed to double its 2016 Services revenue of $24.3 billion by fiscal 2020. In the first nine months of fiscal 2020, Apple's Services business totaled $39.2 billion.Amazon, The E-Commerce Heavyweight: Berkshire Hathaway holds 533,300 shares in Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) worth $1.7 billion, indicating a 0.1% stake. Amazon has been one of the top stocks in the last decade and has returned a staggering 1,900% since October 2010.In 2020, Amazon stock is up 73% and it is one of the few companies to have weathered the pandemic unscathed. As the world went into lockdown, people were compelled to stay at home -- with no option but to shop online for essentials as well as luxury products.The COVID-19 pandemic has acted as a tailwind for e-commerce companies. In the second quarter this year, Amazon sales were up a stellar 40.2% year-over-year.Amazon is not only the world's largest online retailer, but it also leads the public cloud infrastructure market and is the third-largest digital advertising platform after Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) and Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB).The online retail segment is expected to account for 16% of total retail sales in 2020 and this number is expected to rise to 22% by 2023, according to Statista, suggesting Amazon's growth story remains intact.Snowflake, A Recent Tech IPO: While Buffett is not a fan of investing in initial public offerings or early-stage companies, Berkshire Hathaway acquired 6.12 million shares of Snowflake Inc. (NYSE: SNOW) worth $1.4 billion. Snowflake is valued at a market cap of $66.4 billion, which means Berkshire holds about a 2.2% stake in the firm.A cloud computing company, Snowflake recently went public and gathered significant attention, as it upsized the IPO pricing twice.The company increased its listing price from $75 to $120 and still managed to open at $245 per share on the first day.Snowflake is an enterprise-facing, cloud-based data warehousing company and is expected to be volatile in the near-term as investors try to make sense of its lofty valuation.Analysts tracked by Yahoo Finance expect Snowflake sales to touch $571.02 million in fiscal 2021, indicating a forward price to sales multiple of 116.7.Photo courtesy: Fortune Live Media via FlickrSee more from Benzinga * Options Trades For This Crazy Market: Get Benzinga Options to Follow High-Conviction Trade Ideas(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
Every week, Benzinga conducts a sentiment survey to find out what traders are most excited about, interested in or thinking about as they manage and build their personal portfolios.Electric vehicle manufacturers and EV service companies have been in the spotlight for 2020. We recently asked over 800 Benzinga investors and traders which EV stock they believe has the most room to grow between now and 2025.Best EV Stocks Over the next five years, which EV stock will have the largest percentage gain? * Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA) * Nikola Corporation (NASDAQ: NKLA) * Nio (NYSE: NIO) * Hyliion (NYSE: HYLN) * ElectraMeccanica (NASDAQ: SOLO) * Arcimoto (NASDAQ: FUV) * Blink Charging (NASDAQ: BLNK) * Workhorse Group (NASDAQ: WKHS) * Spartan Energy (NYSE: SPAQ)About 44.5% of respondents told us Elon Musk's Tesla would experience the largest percentage price per share gain by 2025. Our Benzinga EV insights team reported Tesla produced 82,727 vehicles in the second quarter -- a decrease of 20% sequentially and 5% year-over-year -- and delivered 90,891.Even considering production halts during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Tesla told investors it has the capacity to top 500,000 vehicle deliveries in 2020.Meanwhile, Nio received the second most votes of confidence from readers: 17.2% said they'd back the Shanghai-based EV maker to grow the most by 2025. With second-quarter revenue of $526,381,000, higher by 139.54% from the same period last year, Nio continues to garner investor's attention in the EV space.Where investors and traders told us they are most skeptical: only 2.2% of readers believe ElectraMeccanica will have the largest percentage price per share increase by 2025. Arcimoto drew the least confidence from investors and traders with 1.9% of support.Looking forward, more news from the EV space remains in store for 2020. Notably, Spartan Energy Acquisition Corp and Fisker are set for an Oct. 28 special meeting to approve a merger, potentially creating a new competitor in the EV market. At the time of publication, the EV stock from our study trading at the highest price per share is Tesla at $425 per share. The stock trading at the lowest price per share is Spartan Energy at $14 per share.This study was conducted by Benzinga in August 2020 and included the responses of a diverse population of adults 18 or older. Opting into the survey was completely voluntary, with no incentives offered to potential respondents. The order of survey answers were randomized for each respondent. The study reflects results from over 800 adults.See more from Benzinga * Options Trades For This Crazy Market: Get Benzinga Options to Follow High-Conviction Trade Ideas * Which Social Media Stock Will Grow The Most By 2025? * Which Video Game Console Maker's Stock Will Grow The Most By 2025?(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
Here we go again. The oils. Whenever traders see oil jump through $40 they have to reach for the common stocks that they are used to making fortunes on when crude is higher. Let me say, first of all, I see oil creeping up.
Workhorse Group (NASDAQ: WKHS) shares experienced unusual options activity on Friday. The stock price moved up to $23.79 following the option alert. * Sentiment: NEUTRAL * Option Type: SWEEP * Trade Type: CALL * Expiration Date: 2020-10-16 * Strike Price: $32.00 * Volume: 29 * Open Interest: 1254Three Ways Options Activity Is 'Unusual'Exceptionally large volume (compared to historical averages) is one reason for which options market activity can be considered unusual. The volume of options activity refers to the number of contracts traded over a given time period. Open interest is the number of unsettled contracts that have been traded but not yet closed by either counterparty. In other words, open interest represents the quantity of contracts that individual parties have written but not yet found a counterparty for (i.e. a buyer finding a seller, or a seller finding a buyer).Another sign of unusual activity is the trading of a contract with an expiration date in the distant future. Usually, additional time until a contract expires allows more opportunity for it to reach its strike price and grow its time value. Time value is important to consider because it represents the difference between the strike price and the value of the underlying asset.Contracts that are "out of the money" are also indicative of unusual options activity. "Out of the money" contracts occur when the underlying price is under the strike price on a call option, or above the strike price on a put option. These trades are made with the expectation that the value of the underlying asset is going to change dramatically in the future, and buyers and sellers will benefit from a greater profit margin.Bullish And Bearish Sentiments Options are "bullish" when a call is purchased at/near ask price or a put is sold at/near bid price. Options are "bearish" when a call is sold at/near bid price or a put is bought at/near ask price.Although the activity is suggestive of these strategies, these observations are made without knowing the investor's true intentions when purchasing these options contracts. An observer cannot be sure if the bettor is playing the contract outright or if they're hedging a large underlying position in a common stock. For the latter case, the exposure a large investor has on their short position in common stock may be more meaningful than bullish options activity.Using These Strategies To Trade Options Unusual options activity is an advantageous strategy that may greatly reward an investor if they are highly skilled, but for the less experienced trader, it should remain as another tool to make an educated investment decision while taking other observations into account.For more information to understand options alerts, visit https://pro.benzinga.help/en/articles/1769505-how-do-i-understand-options-alertsSee more from Benzinga * Options Trades For This Crazy Market: Get Benzinga Options to Follow High-Conviction Trade Ideas * 4 Sectors Moving Up In Friday's Pre-Market Session * 4 Sectors Moving Up In Wednesday's After-Market Session(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
If you’re married, you’ll often do better with a joint claiming strategy for Social Security benefits. As I wrote last time, that usually works best if the two spouses are close in age and if one spouse earned considerably more than the other did during their work lives. Divorced and widowed spouses can collect spousal or survivors’ benefits—benefits based on a spouse’s lifetime earnings—with some restrictions.
General Electric may have bottomed as core businesses recover from the worst of the coronavirus pandemic, Goldman Sachs said.
Oil and gas is seen as a sector that offers relatively attractive pay, although average wages vary significantly from one country to another. While workers in Norway are currently on strike over pay, they are among the highest paid in Europe, data shows, and receive double the salary of workers in Latin America. The average salary of full-time employees in oil and gas extraction, including support activities, in Norway was around 930,000 crowns, or $100,000, in 2019, according to Norway’s statistics office.
Investing is all about profits and returns – no one puts their money into a stock without an expectation that the investment will make money. The trick, if there is one, is finding the stocks that deliver the best returns.There’s a tendency to want to jump on the bandwagons, to buy into the big names that have grabbed the headlines. And that can bring in profits – there is no doubt that Amazon and Tesla have shown astounding growth in recent months.But there is also profit and potential to be found under the radar, in smaller stocks with lower price. The risk is higher, but the possible upsides can be astounding. For less than $5 per share, investors can find Buy-rated stocks with triple-digit upside potential. That combination of factors: low cost of entry, high return potential, and the thumbs up from Wall Street’s analysts, should bring these stocks to investors’ attention.Using TipRanks’ database, we pinpointed three compelling stocks trading for less than $5 per share. Each has earned a Moderate or Strong Buy consensus rating from the analyst community and brings massive growth prospects to the table.AutoWeb, Inc. (AUTO)First on the list is AutoWeb, the online media and marketing company serving the automotive industry since the 1990s. The company provides branding and marketing support to both manufacturers and dealers, connecting the customers and working with them on email and live calling campaigns. AutoWeb works with dealers in both the new and used car markets.Since the end of July, the company’s shares have shown a sudden spike in growth, coinciding with economic reopening in a number of states. In the second quarter, AutoWeb beat the earnings consensus, showing a loss of 10 cents, while forecast had been for a 23 cents loss. Looking forward, losses are expected to moderate as the automotive sector, and the economy in general, start revving again.Based on recent growth as well as the company's $3.5 share price, Barrington analyst Gary Prestopino thinks that now is the right time to pull the trigger.“We believe that AUTO’s turnaround has been completed and the foundation has been set for transforming the business to exhibit consistently improved financial metrics. We believe that over a three- to five-year basis the company should be able to attain an adjusted EBITDA margin of close to 10%, which is a level last attained in 2016,” Prestopino opined.Along with those comments, Prestopino rates AUTO an Outperform (i.e. Buy). His $10 price target suggests a robust one-year upside potential of 186% from the current share price of . (To watch Prestopino’s track record, click here)Overall, AutoWeb stands as a 'Strong Buy' name among Wall Street analysts. In the last three months, the stock has won 3 bullish recommendations. With a return potential of 81%, the stock's consensus price target lands at $6.33. (See AUTO stock analysis on TipRanks)Euroseas, Ltd. (ESEA)Our next stock, Athens-based Euroseas, is a shipping company, moving dry cargoes and containers worldwide on a fleet of 15 vessels. Vessels like these – especially the container ships – form the backbone of the shipping industry, and are a vital link in the global trading network.Euroseas operates most of its fleet on time charters, prioritizing predictable cash flows over profit margins. That proved beneficial in 1H20, as the company has reliable income despite the general economic slowdown. In Q1, revenues rose sequentially from $13.3 million to $15.4 million. Q2 saw a sequential decline – but still had revenues come in at $13.5 million, and EPS in the second quarter rose 47% to 25 cents per share. With this in mind, Noble Financial, Poe Fratt sees this stock as a buying opportunity.“While the past few months have been challenging and the container market has been weak, there are some signs that the market is firming and the recent stock price weakness creates a favorable risk/reward profile,” Fratt commented.Fratt sets a $6.25 price target to back up his Outperform (i.e. Buy) rating, implying room for 122% upside potential. (To watch Fratt’s track record, click here)Overall, there are two recent reviews on ESEA, and both are Buys, making the consensus view here a Moderate Buy. The stock is selling for $2.85 and has an average price target of $5.55, giving it an upside potential of 94% for the year ahead. (See ESEA stock analysis on TipRanks)Exterran Corporation (EXTN)Last on the list is an energy company, Exterran. This company solutions for midstream infrastructure in the oil and gas industry, with operations worldwide. The company’s products include oil and gas production equipment, natural gas processing and compression expertise, and transportation and power generation. Exterran offers oil and gas companies engineering expertise to move the product from the wellhead through the pipelines.Like most of the energy industry, the corona economic slowdown hurt Exterran. In Q1 and Q2, revenues fell 22% and 18%, respectively, and both quarters saw EPS loses. In Q2, the loss hit 62 cents per share. Stock price has been depressed, as well, with shares having shown high volatility for the past year, but no distinct trend.Looking ahead, the slow reopening of economies is beginning to take hold, and EXTN sees Q3 projections rising from current lows as new opportunities and contracts open up.James West, analyst Evercore ISI, locks onto that last point as key for Exterran. “As a systems and process business tied to the global infrastructure buildout for oil, gas, water and power, Exterran has the enviable position of providing primarily production-oriented products and services… We believe the company is on the cusp of a new order cycle driven by global infrastructure buildout, which has only been temporarily paused by COVID-19. EXTN booked a record integrated gas processing facility order for the Middle East at the start of the year, and a couple of large project awards are imminent including the company’s first water contract,” West noted.West gives EXTN shares a $10 price target, indicating his confidence in a 110% upside and backing his Outperform rating. (To watch West’s track record, click here)Overall, EXTN has a Moderate Buy analyst consensus rating based on 2 recent Buy reviews. This stock’s shares are selling for $4.65, and its $11 average price target suggests a 131% one-year upside potential. (See EXTN stock analysis on TipRanks)To find good ideas for penny stocks trading at attractive valuations, visit TipRanks’ Best Stocks to Buy, a newly launched tool that unites all of TipRanks’ equity insights.Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this article are solely those of the featured analysts. The content is intended to be used for informational purposes only. It is very important to do your own analysis before making any investment.
Shares of Energy Transfer (NYSE: ET) decreased by 5.66% in the past three months. Before we understand the importance of debt, let us look at how much debt Energy Transfer has.Energy Transfer's Debt According to the Energy Transfer's most recent balance sheet as reported on August 6, 2020, total debt is at $51.28 billion, with $51.25 billion in long-term debt and $34.00 million in current debt. Adjusting for $155.00 million in cash-equivalents, the company has a net debt of $51.13 billion.Investors look at the debt-ratio to understand how much financial leverage a company has. Energy Transfer has $95.91 billion in total assets, therefore making the debt-ratio 0.53. As a rule of thumb, a debt-ratio more than one indicates that a considerable portion of debt is funded by assets. A higher debt-ratio can also imply that the company might be putting itself at risk for default, if interest rates were to increase. However, debt-ratios vary widely across different industries. A debt ratio of 35% might be higher for one industry and average for another.Importance Of Debt Besides equity, debt is an important factor in the capital structure of a company, and contributes to its growth. Due to its lower financing cost compared to equity, it becomes an attractive option for executives trying to raise capital.Interest-payment obligations can impact the cash-flow of the company. Having financial leverage also allows companies to use additional capital for business operations, allowing equity owners to retain excess profit, generated by the debt capital.See more from Benzinga * Options Trades For This Crazy Market: Get Benzinga Options to Follow High-Conviction Trade Ideas * Unusual Options Activity Insight: Energy Transfer(C) 2020 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.
This is what the candidates' tax plans would mean for you.