What Should You Do With Your Investments After the Election?

Fool.com contributor Morgan Housel chimes in about what investors should do now that the election is in the rear-view mirror. 

The Dow Jones Industrial Average (INDEX: ^DJI  ) fell hard following the election, which may suggest that Wall Street is bearish on Obama's second term. However, Morgan douses the bears in cold water with a potent example of missed stock market predictions from 2008. As he reveals, not only did many not come true, but in fact, they had the opposite performance than people had expected.

If you'd rather make your investing decisions based on reason and not emotion, I invite you read in-depth company report on Bank of America. The report details Bank of America's prospects, and outlines how the best performing Dow stock this year could keep running higher. Just click here to get access.


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