Course 207:
Investing in Your Company's Stock
In this course
1 Introduction
2 When Loyalty Goes Too Far
3 How Much Do You Own?
4 How Much Is Too Much?
5 What If I Have Too Much?

You always root for the home team. Or you only buy cars that are manufactured in the United States. Or you'd pass up World Series tickets for your nephew's third birthday party, because family is family.

Loyalty is powerful. But when it comes to investing, loyalty should have its limits, especially when it comes to investing in the stock of the company that you work for.

Here's why it's a bad idea to invest too much in your company's stock, how to figure out how much of your company's stock you already own, and how to prevent your portfolio from becoming too dependent on your company's stock.

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