Personal Finance for the Obama Presidency, Free Investment eBook from WStreet.com

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Investment eBook from Charles Payne includes four stocks to buy for 2009

These pages of history are going to be dusted off to perhaps save the country…once again.

There are many ways to invest in the stock market for the new Obama White House, but there are certain stocks that are worthy of buying and owning throughout 2009. Charles Payne, CEO and Chief Analyst of Wall Street Strategies has published a new investment eBook, Investing for the Obama Presidency which includes a historical perspective on personal finance and four investments to consider.

Investing for the Obama Presidency examines three past administrations which are likely to influence Obama economic policy. Not only can President Obama draw on history but so can investors. "It is going to be important for investors to be students of the past", says Payne "These pages of history are going to be dusted off to perhaps save the country…once again."

In today's markets, there are literally thousands of stocks available to trade or invest in, and every day some of those stocks make big moves. Nobody knows this better than author and independent Wall Street analyst Charles Payne. He has been immersed in the markets since 1985 and providing independent research and analysis to investors through subscription services on his website http://www.wstreet.com.

A popular contributor on Fox News, Charles takes a common sense approach to personal finance. He has a large following of personal and institutional investors who appreciate his open and accessible style. Charles is a regular guest on Neil Cavutos's Cavuto on Business show.

Payne explains "The new president must be prepared to make tough and occasionally unpopular decisions. President Obama has to be bold, but he can't get caught in the weeds of erecting barriers to trade on Wall Street or promoting one economic class over others. I'm still not sure if the plan will work. I believe that it will create investment opportunities, after all when a trillion or two dollars tumbles into the economy many people are going to make a ton of money. At some point this year, even if it's not on the radar, investors have to carve out exposure in their portfolio to address a surge in inflation."

Download the Free Ebook:
Investing for the Obama Presidency is a free ebook from Charles Payne and is available for download at http://www.wstreet.com/investingforobama

Charles publishes free stock market commentary articles twice a day that offer common sense insight and guidance into stock market action. Investors can sign up to receive the articles by email. In addition to the market commentary, Wall Street Strategies publishes several stock recommendations each day via their subscription services. A no obligation trial is available.

About Wall Street Strategies
Wall Street Strategies, Inc., (http://www.wstreet.com) is an independent stock market research company. The firm has successfully provided timely and effective equity advice since 1991 to money managers, brokers, and individual investors. Wall Street Strategies offers a suite of premium research products to a wide spectrum of individual, retail, and institutional clients.

About Charles Payne
Charles Payne is CEO and Principal Analyst of Wall Street Strategies (http://www.wstreet.com) providing information to over 30,000 subscribers, in more than 60 countries as well as several of the largest bank/brokerage firms. Charles is currently an anchor and regular contributor to the Fox Business Network and Fox News Networks. Beginning in 2009 Charles will also host his own talk radio show for KFI AM (More stimulating talk radio) of Los Angles. In addition, he continually provides opinions on the market to scores of prestigious news organizations such as Reuters, Wall Street Journal, and the New York Times and has been the keynote speaker at many investment conferences worldwide.

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