An investment portfolio is the total range of financial instruments owned, such as company shares, fixed interest securities or money-market instruments.

An investment portfolio should have a range of relatively unrelated, or uncorrelated, investments in order to minimise risk—brokers and investment advisers warn against 'putting all your eggs in one basket'.

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