How Should You Prepare for the Fiscal Cliff?
Nov 13th 2012 11:19AM
Updated Nov 13th 2012 11:24AM
There is no bigger domestic issue today than the fiscal cliff, and Morgan Housel tells investors how they should be preparing.
While Morgan believes that the fiscal cliff is a very real concern for investors everywhere, he points out that if we go over the cliff in its entirety, no party benefits. Everyone has the same motivation to solve this problem, so perhaps with those in Washington all rowing in the same direction, we'll be able to avert disaster.
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