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Subject: foolish four approach Date: 10/9/2012 1:22 PM
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Hi,

I have a question about the Foolish Four approach - I was reading recently in Investopedia that you recommend in your approach to put down 40% for the 1st stock of the final four (once I've narrowed it down to four)and then 20% to the final three...is that correct? In your workbook it seems like the approach is to put equal amounts down for each of the final four on your list? Which is it?

Thanks for any help,
Brenna
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