After the debacles of 2008, you'd think that Congress would be looking for more ways to restrict Wall Street's excesses. But for some reason, the House just passed a bill that does the exact opposite - it actually reduces restrictions that were put in place to try to prevent a repeat of the nightmares of 2008.
"double growth" stock
- Congress Just Played a Trick on American Taxpayers
- A "Double Growth" Stock Like This Is the Perfect Fiscal-Cliff Defense
First, it was the mess in Syria.
Then we had to deal with the whole Team Bernanke "taper drama."
And now we're barreling into yet another "Fiscal Cliff" street fight.
With U.S. stocks trading at unsustainable highs, I can sympathize with those of you who look at these headlines with fear; you view each day's events as just the latest potential investing calamity, and worry they might ignite a single-day sell-off severe enough to eviscerate years of diligent saving and personal sacrifice.
I can even understand why many of you would like to scamper to the supposed safety of the sidelines.
But don't do it.
The sidelines, you see, aren't as safe as you might think. Missing the good days can be worse than riding out the bad ones. And you run the very real risk of getting left behind.
Plus, there's a way to stay invested - one that allows you to capture life-changing profits.
I'm going to tell you about it today.