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Sanrith Descartes

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Moglyzoke Moogleman Moglyzoke Moogleman my last unsolicited post on this. A number of people have discussed weighting your stocks in your portfolio. Spread your risk out and the more risky the investment the lower the weight.

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Moglyzoke Moogleman Moglyzoke Moogleman my last unsolicited post on this. A number of people have discussed weighting your stocks in your portfolio. Spread your risk out and the more risky the investment the lower the weight.

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So like 20+% into Apple! between FTEC and stock, list looks great until you add FTEC on top of the existing positions. Needs some industrial in there, DOW, MPC, BA, UNP, RTX, CLF
 

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So like 20+% into Apple! between FTEC and stock, list looks great until you add FTEC on top of the existing positions. Needs some industrial in there, DOW, MPC, BA, UNP, RTX, CLF
Did you really just assume that I don't pull out the percent weight of the stocks in FTEC and add them to my individual positions so I have the correct weights?

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Did you really just assume that I don't pull out the percent weight of the stocks in FTEC and add them to my individual positions so I have the correct weights?

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No I know you do, about the best names a person could pick to be overweight in. Just think overall it's a little tech heavy.
 

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No I know you do, about the best names a person could pick to be overweight in. Just think overall it's a little tech heavy.
Of course it is. That's how I roll. It's also the result of AAPL, MSFT and FTEC being in beast mode the last year or so. Once we get off the bottom we are currently in I know I will be needing to trim some profits as they recover. If memory serves, at some point last year AAPL and MSFT only had like a 7% weighting.
 

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I'm drunk so I have nothing to add of value now but I'm glad to see the heavyweights in discussion. I have homework that I'll continue to do (and I'll respond to posts in my artistic fashion.) Thanks as always. Have a great weekend y'all!
 
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Since the big boys are giving advice. I'd like to add more non-tech. I want to hold long term, quality and am fine with index or individual. Where should I start looking?

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Since the big boys are giving advice. I'd like to add more non-tech. I want to hold long term, quality and am fine with index or individual. Where should I start looking?

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Owning so many ETF's I'd have to run some numbers to see what your actual exposure is right now to different sectors. I don't know if there is a site that can do this, I'll poke around Fidelity tools tomorrow.
 

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Owning so many ETF's I'd have to run some numbers to see what your actual exposure is right now to different sectors. I don't know if there is a site that can do this, I'll poke around Fidelity tools tomorrow.

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Ya I was asking exactly this a few weeks ago, if there was something that you could enter indexes into to break out your individual stock weighting. I'm mostly in total market and s&p so figuring I should weight towards non-tech some more.

You'd think this would be a very easy to make and somewhat useful tool.
 

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This isn't real but I didn't really know where else to put this. Messing with scammers by losing millions in the stock market via bad investments.