Why Mutual Funds Aren't Diversified

This video examines diversification…

  • What is it?
  • Why didn’t it work to reduce my portfolio risk?
  • Is there something I can do to make diversification actually work? If so, what?

Diversification is extremely fundamental to the modern porftolio theory that so many financial planners talk about. But what isn’t talked about is how and why diversification is ineffective when applied to a portfolio that is invested in the stock market alone.



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