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Hi all

The other morning, I seem to recall a guest on cnbc speaking about company stock and the extent to which one should have it concentrated in their portfolio.

They said that they would limit it to approximately 30% of one's investible amounts.

I would love to hear anyone's else's thoughts on this, since I do have company stock as part of my portfolios, both taxable and retirement.

Thanks

Cindy
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