A time-honored idiom warns against putting all your eggs in one basket, and the reason is evident to every adviser: such a portfolio is vulnerable to being cracked or broken if a single stock slips.

Even the heartbreaking stories of investors who lost most of their wealth after Enron and Lehman Brothers collapsed can’t convince some clients to sell.

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