A Granular Diversification Diagram and interpretation that helps you understand the degree of diversification of your portfolio – so you can identify potential areas of concern and consider diversification alternatives.
The circles on the diagram represent the securities, while the edges represent the strength of correlations between pairs of securities' returns.
Correlations between pairs of securities are critical in calculating portofolio risk: lower the correlations, lower the total calculated portofolio risk, which means the diversification was achieved. Therefore the best diversification is achieved when as many correlations as possible are very low (close to 0) or even negative.
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