Two securities correlate if their price development occurs in opposite directions, i.e. if the price of one rises and the other falls. The correlation is assigned a value of -1 (perfectly correlated) or +1 (no correlation).
Creating a portfolio of correlated securities makes it possible to absorb market fluctuations and makes diversification more effective by reducing investment risk.
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