For investors trying to pick the next fundamental, technological, breakthrough investment, it can be quite the dangerous task if approached foolhardily. The 3-D printing arena has surely been heating up, and if they are thinking of investing in companies like 3D Systems (NYSE:DDD), Stratasys (NASDAQ:SSYS), or ExOne (NASDAQ:XONE), then investors need to answer one very serious question: How much should be allocated toward these stocks? In the video below Motley Fool analysts Blake Bos and Isaac Pino discuss 3-D printing and how investors should determine what percentage of their portfolios should be allocated to companies in this booming sector.
Isaac has been been a Foolish investor for 10 years. He manages client portfolios at Huckleberry Capital Management, which involves (mostly) buying and (some) selling of stocks in their accounts. When he is not hunting for companies with wide economic moats, he is chasing his toddler around the Blue Ridge Mountains.
- Mar 19, 2013 at 2:35PM
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