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Currently I have no company stock in my 401(k), because truthfully it has taken a beating the last couple of years. The company is in a turnaround, however, and investors and "gurus" have noticed; the stock has climbed from below $20 at the beginning of the year to low 20's now, and seems to be moving upward fairly steadily. A couple of articles lately have predicted that the price will be around $30 at the end of the year.
Should I add a stake to my 401(k)?
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