Updated: Feb 17
Many investors (and advisors) make the mistake of thinking that a portfolio of assets that "sound different" means that's its diversified. Then they find out in a crisis that actually several of those assets actually move in the same direction.
The only way to know for sure if a portfolio truly is diversified or not is to understand and calculate mathematical correlations
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