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Check out the top 25 performing stocks

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posted on Nov, 4 2009 @ 04:50 PM
since Mr Obama became elected.
Look at these companies. These are the best performing stocks since Obama’s election.

It might seem boring at first , but it’s not. What does all of this say about our nation?
Does it say anything at all? It’s a rather broad range of companies. Take a look yourselves.
Ford is at the top.
Whole Foods is two.
Technology and or computer/software based companies seem to make up the majority.
I think it says a lot that Ford, the only detroit automaker that didn't get a bailout last year is at the top. And it says a lot about the effect of, or lack of effect that the bailout had.
Check out the top 25 performing stocks:

(Number 21 is called Anadarko Petroleum Group. Is that name supposed to be funny? As if the petroleum companies didn’t already have a rather shady or dark reputation without actually having the word dark in there. Maybe that’s Donnie’s other sister, Ana Darko. )

posted on Nov, 4 2009 @ 06:24 PM
Thank heavens for Ford that they were savvy enough to see the crash coming and purchase over 100 billion in insurance a year before it all hit bottom eh?

Kinda makes me wonder if they weren't tipped off.

Afterall, Ford has a long history of profiting through times of crisis.

posted on Nov, 5 2009 @ 03:25 PM
reply to post by JayinAR

That's intriguing, Jay.


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