Most Stocks Correlate Positively with the Total Stock Market

Correlation coefficients between individual stocks and the total stock market show that most stocks correlate positively with the total market

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We consider a portfolio of randomly selected stocks. The portfolio contains 22 stocks (see Table 1) from different sectors…

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Providing useful tips to help individuals and families to be smart about money, avoid debt, and invest using data-driven strategies

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Benjamin Obi Tayo Ph.D.

Benjamin Obi Tayo Ph.D.

Physicist, Data Science Educator, Writer. Interests: Data Science, Machine Learning, AI, Python & R, Personal Finance Analytics, Materials Sciences, Biophysics

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