gi197845 Thursday, 12/05/19 09:23:29 PM Re: None Post # of 4745 2020 is an election year. When both republican and democrat candidates target big pharma drug prices as the evil enemy (even though drug development costs are high) how will that screw over our profitability, in terms of causing the stock price going down and not up. Remember, in 2015 Hillary tweeted that drug prices need to come down and that she was going to take on big pharma and that very same day, big pharma stocks tanked down at least 6% and I suspect much more. Isn't it a dangerous as hell risk to be invested in big pharma in 2020? If Trump runs and wins, wouldn't that bode well for being invested in fossil fuel stocks instead?