Receiving little attention as a hedge against a possible U.S. default are high-yielding blue...

|By:, SA News Editor

Receiving little attention as a hedge against a possible U.S. default are high-yielding blue chip stocks, Mark Hulbert writes - odd, since such companies should provide a hedge in the event of a default, and excellent upside potential if default is averted. "Take Wal-Mart (WMT), for instance: Do you really think people will stop shopping in the event of a government default?"