I am breaking all the diversification rules right now by keeping almost 90% of my money in AIG. I used to hold ARR or AGNC, but I have switched to AIG in Sept 2012.
Portfolio contents at 12/31/2013
AIG (92%) BAC(4%) BRK.B(2%), AGNC (2%) ARR(1.5%)
Vice President for the American Association of Individual Investors and AAII Journal Editor. Speaker, WSJ Expert Panelist, regular guest on Your MoneyLife (@MoneyLifeShow), author of Better Good than Lucky, and KU alum.
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Disclosure: my ideas in NO WAY should be considered investment advice. You are responsible for your own decisions.
I'm going to warn you right from the get go - I have NO earthly idea what I'm doing. None. No, really. Quit my day job and been F/T trading since June 2013. Have more money than I started with. Substantially more. Better lucky than good? Guess so.
part time trader for 5 years on Australian ASX. Trading US shares for 3 years. I'm a Full time Doctor in Adelaide South Australia running my own practice I use technical analysis patterns for picking stocks and a 20,50 day EMA