October tends to be one of the most volatile months of the year for the stock market. 

And in less than one month, citizens will cast their vote to determine who will steer the U.S. forward for the next four years as its president. It’s important to think about what the outcome could mean for our wallets… and our portfolios. 

And while the best stocks to purchase under either a Republican or Democratic administration can be different, there’s one sector potential voters for Donald Trump and Joe Biden agree.

No matter which political party wins the White House this November, some traders and investors will profit big from the one sector Trump and Biden agree on. Will you be one of them? 

The 1 Sector Trump and Biden Agree

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Head Trader Roger Scott

The U.S. presidential election is less than one month away. And many traders and investors are starting to get nervous about the unforeseeable outcome. 

That makes sense because Trump, the incumbent, and his opponent, Biden, the former Vice President, have polar opposite outlooks on nearly everything: healthcare, financials, taxes… and do not forget the U.S.-China trade war. 

It seems like these two men can’t agree on anything! 

While this level of uncertainty typically causes most sectors and their underlying stocks to congest or consolidate until after the election, I’ve found one that stands to gain traction regardless of who wins on November 3. 

Imagine that… 

One sector Trump and Biden agree on. Both candidates are likely to funnel more money into infrastructure spending and construction projects like bridges, roads and even 5G cell towers. 

And my personal recommendation is to keep a close watch on infrastructure stocks ahead of next month, just like the three tickers I’m revealing in today’s analysis. 

What do you plan to trade during and after election season? After watching today’s video, are you going to closely monitor the infrastructure sector and the three stocks I give away? I’d love to hear your thoughts, so please share them in the comment section below.