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My first post on this sub. My portfolio is heavily biased to tech stocks. I work in tech, my family and social circle are also in tech and so my scope of investments also revolve around that. While this has served me well – most of my holdings have seen significant gains, I also worry that this goes against fundamental investment principles of diversification and risk management. I have some money to invest and would like to start making some bias corrections to my portfolio.

What individual non-tech stocks are good buys now? (not asking for broad market ETF’s).

Thanks to all of you in advance!

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