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Diversifying Your Portfolio

Diversification is often considered key to stress-free investing. The phrase, “don’t put all your eggs in one basket” sums it up, as spreading your investment exposure can reduce risk - though some form of volatility will always exist.

However, by limiting exposure to a single investment, you can balance your portfolio and (hopefully) avoid sleepless nights.

Owning more than one stock or asset class can give investors peace of mind. That’s because, if one company underperforms, another in the portfolio may outperform, maintaining balance. Stocks are also considered a hedge against inflation, as cash depreciates in value.

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