Obamacare has sent business owners and investors everywhere looking for answers about how to protect their portfolios from massive uncertainties. 

In the following video, Jeremy Phillips says his strategy for avoiding the pitfalls of decisions like Obamacare are to invest in companies that will thrive from one political cycle to the next. While it's tempting to buy a company that could soar on a single political decision, it's no way to invest and a sure way to destroy your wealth. 

Watch the video for one company that fits this mold.


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The article Prevent Obamacare From Destroying Your Portfolio originally appeared on Fool.com.

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