Ok, we’ll admit it. Keeping up with the current daily news feed of election results is far more exciting than scouring companies’ Q3 earnings for clues on their business health. And if you’re a media outlet, Elections 2020 has been the gift that keeping on giving.
But when it comes to positioning for an energy sector comeback in 2021, your time is going to be much better spent focusing on key numbers and management guidance. In fact, we doubt results of this election will wind up mattering much if at all when it comes to investor returns for the stocks we recommend here in Energy and Income Advisor.
In the Feature article of the previous issue of EIA, we highlighted a study from Bloomberg Intelligence that laid out the odds for nine potential changes in energy policy, depending on various outcomes of the recent election. At this point, the big unknown is whether Republicans or Democrats will wind up with narrow majority in the US Senate next year.
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