Even Small Investors Can Achieve Diversity
Washington Times (02/11/03) Vol. 107, No. 5 p.33; Walsh, Mary Williams

Portfolio diversification is important, according to this opinion piece. Although 401(k) investors are limited to the funds chosen by their employers, diversification is still doable, and employees should remember not to invest too much of their portfolio in their company's stock. Investors should retain no more than 15 percent of their portfolio in any one stock or asset class, the commentary says.

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