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Old 07-20-2015, 04:16 PM   #1
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Hi, I've always been interested in the stock market and I messed around with pink sheets before and made a little bit of change, but then I realized how stupid pink sheets were.

As of right now I have shares in Altria, purchased last week up 4.5% so far.

Yes, currently I have all my eggs in one basket. I was advised to purchase Altria, that's why I bought it and that's when I started doing anything with the stock market again.

I was told I should put money in stocks that have high dividends.

Any advise is appreciated.
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Fire whoever has been giving you the advice that got your portfolio to its current state would be my first piece of advice...
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Single asset concentrations = bad

Dividend producing stocks do not necessarily = good
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Fire whoever has been giving you the advice that got your portfolio to its current state would be my first piece of advice...
Obviously I'm not trying to have all my money in one stock. I just did now as a start to investing. I only did this because I was 99.8% sure it was a very good investment.

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Single asset concentrations = bad

Dividend producing stocks do not necessarily = good
Yes, I know. I'm starting to build my portfolio and working on my finances to see how much I can put into the market. I've messed around with the stock market before, but I know nothing about bonds, CD's, or mutual funds...
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