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Beyond correlations: Real considerations for alternatives

Correlation, or the relationship between two assets, is often seen as the holy grail of investors – when one asset goes up, the other goes down, providing investors with a measure of protection. However, as Ellie Clapton and Jason Borbora-Sheen discuss in this video, a singular focus on correlation can be misguided.

30 May 2024

9 minutes

Ellie Clapton
Jason Borbora-Sheen

Watch further to hear more about why correlation misses the nuance and how building a portfolio requires a broader focus on characteristics that will provide you with a dependable, durable and different outcome.

Authored by

Ellie Clapton
Portfolio Specialist
Jason Borbora-Sheen
Portfolio Manager

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