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Donald Trump's 140-character blasts were merely controversial before he won the election. But now, love him or hate him, @realDonaldTrump's social media "engagement" can seem downright earth-shaking sometimes, grabbing headlines, upending international relations, and knocking some of the world's savviest, most powerful CEOs on their heels.
Since November, Trump has singled out some 19 companies for condemnation or praise.
And as we've seen, when Trump puts a company front and center, favorably or otherwise, share prices tend to get moving. It's this effect that has investors most concerned, or, at times, excited.
Now, we've looked at ways you can profit by getting out in front (or out of the way) of Trump's tweets, but there's another way to get ahead here in a market dominated by the "national CEO":
Go with companies that are going to grow and reward their shareholder-partners no matter what anyone says or tweets about them.
That's exactly the kind of stock our Executive Editor Bill Patalon wants to tell you about right now.
Trump's not crazy about this firm, that's for sure, but it's one of Bill's favorites and has been for decades.
He loves it for lots of reasons, like its 100-year history of innovation and resilience in the face of trouble. It's been written off by pundits before, and each time it's come back with a vengeance to bury the doubters.
Well, now it's under pressure once again, but Bill recommends getting in position now for a chance to make a killing on its hard-charging comeback. Check it out…