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). I guess the point I was trying to make was that if we were able to come up with two stocks with "equivalent" growth prospects, one being a tech stock and the other not, then we should give the nod to the non-tech company for diversification's sake.

I agree with Lance that we ought to look at all the options. If the primary goal of the Rule Maker reports--if not the portfolio itself--is to educate, then we need to look at the likes of Wrigley as well as the EMC's of the world. I'm not suggesting that the portfolio should necessarily buy WWY, just that it should be evaluated.

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