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<<In the above article, TMF staff extoll the possible virtues of a concentrated vs a diversified portfolio, which I don't necessarily disagree with. But, how does this jive with the newsletters' advice to buy 1 or 2 rec's each month and build out a portfolio of dozens of companies? >>

Are our newsletters really advocating that readers buy all of the recommendations? I'm under the impression that instead, they offer monthly recommendations that readers can research further, and from which they can choose which ones to invest in, according to their own assessment and their interest/needs/etc.

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