NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- In light of Standard & Poor's' decision to downgrade the credit rating for U.S. debt for the first time in history, it is understandable that investors are on edge.From an investing standpoint, conservative and fearful investors may find the rocky action over the past few days to be a prime reason to steer clear of the markets entirely. On the opposite end of the spectrum, aggressive investors may see the recent dismal action to be all the reason needed to dive into risky assets in hopes of making up losses by profiting from battered equities.
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