Here’s what Joe Biden means for markets, business and America

I say Joe Biden has a 50% chance of getting elected in November and if you buy that impartial fact, then it’s probably a good idea to understand what a Biden presidency means for the economy, markets and business. 

This is no small thing. 

If he wants to win, Biden has 136 days to convince the electorate that he can best manage the economy. The candidate has some work to do. While the former Vice President leads in national polls, according to a recent Reuters/Ipsos poll 43% of registered voters said they thought Trump would be a better steward of the economy than Biden, against 38% who said Biden would be better. And a late-May Washington Post-ABC News survey said those polled trusted Trump and Biden in nearly equal measure to oversee the economic recovery. At the very least, Biden does not appear to have an advantage when it comes

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Here’s What We Like About Golden Wheel Tiandi Holdings Company Limited’s (HKG:1232) Upcoming Dividend

Some investors rely on dividends for growing their wealth, and if you’re one of those dividend sleuths, you might be intrigued to know that Golden Wheel Tiandi Holdings Company Limited (HKG:1232) is about to go ex-dividend in just 1 days. You can purchase shares before the 26th of May in order to receive the dividend, which the company will pay on the 9th of June.

Golden Wheel Tiandi Holdings’s next dividend payment will be HK$0.016 per share, which looks like a nice increase on last year, when the company distributed a total of HK$0.014 to shareholders. Dividends are an important source of income to many shareholders, but the health of the business is crucial to maintaining those dividends. As a result, readers should always check whether Golden Wheel Tiandi Holdings has been able to grow its dividends, or if the dividend might be cut.

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Here’s Why You Should Add Nasdaq (NDAQ) to Your Portfolio

Nasdaq NDAQ is well-poised for growth based on organic initiatives, strategic buyouts, and solid capital position.

Shares of Nasdaq have gained 4.6% year to date against the industry’s decline of 0.7%. The Zacks S&P 500 composite has risen 11.1% in the said time frame. The Zacks Consensus Estimate for 2020 and 2021 earnings indicates 11.2% and 4% growth, respectively, from the year-ago reported figure. The expected long-term earnings growth rate is 8.8%, higher than the industry’s average of 6.8%.

The company’s return on equity of 16.1%, which has improved over the past seven years, remains higher than 12.2% for the industry, reflecting the company’s tactical efficiency in using shareholder’s funds.

Nasdaq’s impressive growth is driven by organic growth and strategic acquisitions. While the company has increased focus on Market Technology and Information Services businesses, offering the biggest growth opportunities, its organic growth has aided by its strategy of accelerating its

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