Concentrated Investments Run The Risk Of Business DestructionVW Staff
The Agony and The Ecstasy, a study of the risks and rewards of concentrated investing by Michael Cembalest, Chairman of Market and Investment Strategy for J.P.Morgan Asset Management (H/T Meb Faber), finds that 75% of all concentrated stockholders would have benefited from some measure of diversification in their portfolios.
A concentrated investment in a company may turn sour due to any number of reasons including unbridled expansion on an overly . . .
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