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We have a well balanced portfolio (a mix of Rule Makers, Breakers, Fool Four, other excellent companies, speculative securities, etc.) [15-20 stocks]

We have owned KO for about two or three years, and did the DRIP thing. Our return is single digits. Though I believe that KO will one day rise again, the real issue is whether we could find a better place for that money as a long term investment (even given KO's eventual resurgence).

I am considering GE (possibly GPS or IBM). Do you think I ought not jump ship, or does repacing it with one of those two seem more prudent? I don't want to own both KO and something else because I already have enough stocks!

Thanks for any input.
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