Why the Cliff Makes the Short Side Look Good
First, let me say, I hate politics. Second, let me say, I like profiting from stocks. Call me a profiteer, but you have to recognize that because we elected a president who favors tax increases and spending cuts, and because I have never heard any Republicans even be willing to say "tax increase," let alone vote for one, then you have to accept that going short beats going long here.
In other words, I am urging you in this column to recognize that no compromise means fiscal cliff jump, and cliff jump means lower profits for companies, and lower profits for companies means lower prices for stocks....570 more words left in this article. To read them, just click below and try Real Money FREE for 14 days.
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