Terrorism won’t stop for a new president… The big question investors should be asking: Which companies stand to gain the most as the U.S. forges forward in the war on terror?
Regardless of who wins the White House next month, one thing seems certain: Crises in the Middle East will continue to demand the attention of the U.S. government.
That means defense companies will be called upon more and more to equip the American military for anti-terrorist activities in that arena.
Who will profit the most from the fight against ISIS and Syria’s civil war?
Almost certainly, contractors already involved in these trouble spots will see more federal funds thrown their way.
Keep your keen investor eye on these 3 big defense stocks.