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Subject: Portfolio Mangement Date: 9/17/2010 2:48 PM
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Hi everyone,

I started investing about 6 months ago and want to know if it is recommended for me to continue my strategy . My goal is to own 15 companies and no more. I currently own shares in 4 companies and have $400 dollars to invest every month. Should I invest those $400 every month in different companies until I reach 15 and then start adding shares to each? Or should I add more shares to the 4 I own now and then move on to the 5th? I feel that $400 isn't enough for one company if I want high returns. I hope this makes sense. Lol. Thanks guys!

-Danny
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