Marcial: How Four Pros Played the Stock Meltdown

One waded into fallen bank stocks and shorted credit-card shares, another eyed health-care issues, a third bought countercyclicalsand a fourth sat tight

What did investors do when the Dow Jones industrial average plunged 777.68 points, or 7%, on Sept. 29, to 10,365.45? Head for the nearest bar for a double? Or rush to double up, or down, on their stocks?

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