Investors often hold on to concentrated stock positions due to tax implications, loyalty and continued involvement. Reviews the risks of a concentrated portfolio without any compensating benefit and examines the balancing of risk and opportunity by selling at least part of the concentrated position and investing the proceeds in a diversified portfolio.
Describes the bewildering array of options that exist for investors seeking solutions to portfolio management. Reviews the perils of doing it yourself and going with certain styles of traditional advisors. Explains why complexities in the market as well as the needs of individuals can expose investors to unknown risks, unnecessary taxes and hidden or excessive costs.