No matter how confident you are in your employer’s prospects, it’s generally a bad idea to hold a significant portion of your portfolio in your employer’s stock, if you have a choice in the matter. As Ron Lieber reminds us this week, investing heavily in the stock of your employer puts you in a position where not only your income but also your savings are dependent upon the results of one company.
- A Scary Movie: Filling Your 401(k) With Company Stock from Ron Lieber
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- How do Deferred-Income Annuities Stack Up Against Rival Products? from Joe Tomlinson
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