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44: The Risk of Owning Boeing Stock

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March 22, 2019

Many people go all in on companies that seem to have promising growth, but what happens when they make a mistake? Believe it or not, this is more...

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Many people go all in on companies that seem to have promising growth, but what happens when they make a mistake? Believe it or not, this is more common than you’d think. Today, Kate Stalter talks the risks of investing in single stocks and why you should be cautious of only investing in specific companies. For more on how to avoid risky investments and secure smooth returns, tune into this episode of Better Money Decisions. 

Show Highlights: 

  • The issues Boeing is facing 
  • The effects the Ethiopian Air crash had on stocks 
  • Why current issues are relevant to your investments 
  • The risk of investing in biotech 
  • How to smooth out your returns 
  • The risk of single stocks 

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