I feel strongly that those who wait for the solution of the fiscal cliff will miss enormous opportunities.. We have a favorite saying here. "Don't let the tax tail wag the investment dog." It's always been used in the context of deciding whether or not to hold an investment, but I don't recall our ever discussing potential tax law changes as they relate to market timing. For my own taste, I was involved in the legislative process for too long to take seriously anything mentioned by any politician until there's a bill assigned to Ways and Means.You may already be aware of them, but I think there are some boards that discuss economic/market trends. I'm sure there are Fools somewhere who are actively dicussing their thoughts as to what might happen.I neglected to mention earlier that anyone with opinions to express about proposed changes should voice them where they could do some good, with their members of Congress. I used to recommend proper letters, but post-9/11 and the anthrax scare the best way is through their websites at www.senate.gov or www.house.gov. If a bill is actually introduced you can get complete information about it at http://thomas.loc.gov.PhilRule Your Retirement Home Fool
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