INSIDE INVESTOR: How to invest across the stock market by buying just one stock

It's true investors are better off with a diversified portfolio, and there's a way to do this without using managed funds or exchange traded funds.

So you want to invest in shares. But you have only a modest amount of cash on hand. And what on earth do you buy?

All the experts reckon you should have a diversified portfolio, that you shouldn’t have all your eggs in one basket. The only problem with that argument is that it assumes you have more than one egg.


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