While it’s commonplace for investors to hold multiple investments in a portfolio — often comprised of mutual funds or ETFs that in turn hold dozens or even hundreds of underlying positions — even multi-asset-class portfolios aren’t always really diversified.
Holding many different investments aligned to the same base case market scenario, and that all go up or down together, may be equally risky.
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