Sunday, October 30, 2011

Google Trends shows Ron Paul search interest higher than Mitt Romney or Barack Obama

This interesting graph shows trends of Google searches for some of our presidential hopefuls for 2012. It looks like interest in Herman Cain is enjoying a sustained peak.

Searches for "ron paul" are higher than for Mitt Romney, Rick Perry, or Barack Obama, and are steadily increasing. That, my friends, is, in stock trading terms, a good stock to own. If I were a trading man, I would only want to own "romney" or "paul" stock right now.

Of course all that is pure horse race talk. What really matters to me when it comes to voting is who is going to end the stream of multiple wars and deepening debt and put a more friendly face on America.

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