A well-diversified portfolio is designed to help you achieve your long-term goals as well as limit your portfolio’s downs (and ups). But it doesn’t always feel
good. You may get upset when you inevitably lose money during certain periods (though your loss is likely less than that of the S&P 500 Index). You may also
be disappointed during up markets when you see how well the S&P 500 Index performed, and you didn’t do as well. The good news : a diversified portfolio
may produce a better outcome for you in the long-term.