Where pros are putting their cash

Money magazine asked several financial experts: What are you doing with your own portfolio in the wake of the financial crisis?

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Putting a little extra into cash
Putting a little extra  into cash
George Kinder, CFP and founder, Kinder Institute of Life Planning, Littleton, Mass.

"I typically keep between 60% and 75% in equities. It's an index portfolio - widely diversified - and I've thought, 'This ought to work even in a depression.' The only thing that I did, during the summer, was to sell some small company and high-tech stocks. That let me put an extra 5% or 10% of my portfolio into cash. It makes me feel a bit more comfortable."

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