Just joined the Foolish club and want to say thanks to all - I'm getting quite an education reading all of your posts! I'd love to hear your foolish opinions on something...I'm getting ready to transfer 401K holdings to an IRA. Fully 50% of those holdings are in a single company stock. I plan to sell at least some of the stock, but I'm curious to hear opinions...the company is Fortune 50 and is expected to have good EPS growth in the near-term. What percentage might you hold onto and what percentage might you spread out into other equities? I'm a conservative investor (say it isn't so!) and don't want to take every breath by that ticker symbol every day. Thanks!
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