After the hit of Hurricane Katrina, undoubtedly the worst natural disaster in U.S. history, many investors began wondering what to do about their investments. Many investment advisers are telling their clients to stay put, Contra Costa Times reports.

Catherine Gordon, a principal at the Vanguard Group Inc, said, "In a broad sense, we don't advise people to make portfolio changes because of events, other than events in their lives such as marriage, a baby, a new house. But for natural or man-made events, generally we don't advise any shift in strategy unless someone can say that the event has changed your time horizon or some other fundamental."

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