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Watch: Trouble may be only starting for investors

The budget battle may be over but there's a war yet to be fought, leaving investors in a potentially precarious position as Washington's political troubles fester.

On a broad basis, markets have reacted little since the debt debacle and accompanying government shutdown began.

But that can change, and a Wall Street convinced that the Federal Reserve can bail it out of any trouble may be in for a surprise.

CNBC.com's Jeff Cox and Patti Domm hash out the particulars and lay out the bumpy road ahead.

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