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RealMoney Radio Mailbag: The Value in Diamonds ETF

The more Dow stocks owned, the more it makes sense to just buy the Diamonds Trust.

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Is it possible to own too many stocks that are in the Dow Jones Industrial Average?-- Vince

Jim Cramer

: Since there are only 30 stocks in the Dow, it is definitely possible to own too many of them. The more Dow stocks owned, the more it makes sense to just buy the

Diamonds Trust

(DIA) - Get SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF Trust Report

exchange-traded fund (ETF), which saves money on commissions and eliminates a great deal of homework.

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