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Ten largest holdings

The percentage of a portfolio's total net assets or equity holdings in its ten largest securities positions. As this percentage rises, a portfolio's returns are likely to be more volatile because they are more dependent on the fortunes of fewer companies.

Ten Largest Holdings

The percentages of a portfolio's total holdings that come from its 10 largest investments. That is, a portfolio's 10 largest holdings are simply the 10 investments that have the highest degree of representation. The smaller the 10 largest holding are, the more diversified the portfolio is.
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The 10 largest holdings of this fund (including Apple, ExxonMobil, Google, and Microsoft) make up more than 18% of the fund's assets, even though they are only 2% of the approximately 500 companies in the index.
Investors in the Blue Chip Growth fund can expect larger stocks at the fund, Kobren predicts, and fewer Treasury bonds, which accounted for two of the fund's 10 largest holdings at the end of January.
The firm's 10 largest holdings are a mix of blue-chip, regional and cyclical stocks such as AT&T Corp.
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