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Pox wrote:
<<I believe the four blue chip companies you mention are the current Foolish Four that are made a part of the Rule Breaker portfolio (note the asterisk next to the company name when viewing them). Without these large and more stable stocks, the RB portfolio would be a potent and wild ride.>>

anarcho wrote:
<<But isnt that the point of investing in rulebreakers?>>

Yeah,but these are real money portfolios,not "model" ports..As much as David Gardner might enjoy Rule Breaker stocks,I haven't seen him write anywhere that one should have all her money in RB's.
Many Fools have the strategy of owning both RB and RM stocks (and/or FFour) in their port,allocating the mix depending on their age,comfort level with volatilty and risk,etc.
Hope this helps.
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