NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- In part one of this article we talked about the importance of keeping investment decisions focused on the bottom line and less on the "rules of investing" -- the myths that serve to only qualify your status as an investor while yielding very little results.One such myth: beating the market requires that one diversifies his or her portfolio. This is simply not true. While it supports another fundamental principle that reminds us don't put all of your eggs in one basket, it makes me question the logic of purposely devaluing your own money.
Diversification Is Killing Your Portfolio: Wall Street's Rules, Part 2
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