Biden's Inflation Reduction Act: Investing Winners and Losers

These seven stocks could benefit the most (and least) from the Inflation Reduction Act, which has been signed into law.

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The Inflation Reduction Act is now a reality. President Joe Biden signed the legislation into law on Tuesday, Aug. 16, after it was passed in both the Senate and the House of Representatives.

It remains to be seen whether the Inflation Reduction Act actually reduces inflation. It is, after all, first and foremost a spending bill, and new government spending tends to be inflationary. Ultimately, Federal Reserve policy, the untangling of the global supply chain, and increased energy production to offset the effects of Russian sanctions will have far more impact on inflation.


Data is as of Aug. 5.

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Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA
Contributing Writer,

Charles Lewis Sizemore, CFA is the Chief Investment Officer of Sizemore Capital Management LLC, a registered investment advisor based in Dallas, Texas, where he specializes in dividend-focused portfolios and in building alternative allocations with minimal correlation to the stock market.