Profit From Uncertainty

Just because a company's future is highly uncertain doesn't mean it's a risky investment.

October was an extraordinary month for the markets. It was the worst month for Standard & Poor's 500-stock index in 21 years and the most volatile in the entire 80-year history of the index, moving 4% or more on nine days (four up and five down).

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Whitney Tilson
Contributing Editor, Kiplinger's Personal Finance