Ian Wyatt Details How to Protect Your Portfolio from the Fiscal Cliff

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The fiscal cliff may be coming. And Wyatt Investment Research wants to make sure investors are prepared once it arrives with an article titled, “Three Sectors with the Most to Lose from the Fiscal Cliff."

The fiscal cliff may be coming. And Wyatt Investment Research wants to make sure investors are prepared once it arrives.

The Vermont-based investment research company has published an article titled, “Three Sectors with the Most to Lose from the Fiscal Cliff” that offers tips on which areas of the stock market to avoid if a so-called “fiscal cliff” takes effect.

Fiscal cliff is the term economists are using to describe President Obama’s Budget Control Act, which will impose government spending cuts and higher taxes starting on January 1, 2013. Should the law take effect, some worry it will result in a second recession and, consequently, a stock market crash similar to that of late 2008/early 2009.

In his “Three Sectors with the Most to Lose from the Fiscal Cliff” article, Wyatt Research founder Ian Wyatt details which sectors of the stock market will be hit hardest in the coming months should the fiscal cliff become a reality – and how investors can protect their portfolios from the impact of the impending legislation.

About Wyatt Investment Research: Wyatt Investment Research (http://www.wyattresearch.com) is an independent publisher of investment newsletters. The company offers investment research and analysis of the financial markets through a variety of newsletters, blogs, special reports, trading services and e-letters. Founded under the name Business Financial Publishing in 2001 by investor Ian Wyatt, Wyatt Investment Research today boasts a worldwide audience of more than 400,000 individual investors. The company is based in Richmond, Vermont.

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Chris Preston
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Chris.preston(at)wyattresearch(dot)com
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