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One in three portfolios not diversified enough, says Invesco

One in three investors admit their portfolio is not diversified enough, according to research commissioned by Invesco Perpetual.

The research – conducted by NOP Research Group – reveals that 35 per cent of investors do not believe their portfolios have enough spread. However, just one in four – 26 per cent – intend to make changes to their portfolio in 2003.

Chief executive Mike Webb says: “This is worrying considering that the last three years of stockmarket falls have brought the need to diversify assets into stark relief. Even people with modest with a modest portfolio should review regularly.”

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