The downfall of Enron of Houston evidently has not caused some retirement plan participants to be wary of how much they have invested in their company's stock, according to a recent survey by Boston Research Group of Hopkinton, Mass.

The survey, conducted in mid-April among 100 401(k) plan participants who invested in company stock prior to October, found that only one in eight participants have reduced company stock holdings since the Enron disaster. Only one in four said they felt less comfortable about their company stock holdings.

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