Definitions

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  • adj. Not correlated.

Etymologies

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non- +‎ correlated

Examples

  • It's one of several ways to invest in so-called noncorrelated assets.

    Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com

  • "The investment case remains undiminished; in Man, we have a leading hedge-fund manager that has a suite of noncorrelated liquid transparent strategies that over the long term have produced strong performance," Peel Hunt analyst Stuart Duncan said.

    Man Group Sees Inflows

  • "In Man, we have a leading hedge-fund manager that has a suite of noncorrelated liquid transparent strategies that over the long term have produced strong performance."

    Financial Briefing Book: March 30

  • ICE's application failed to properly disperse its risk over several, diversified and noncorrelated clearing members.

    ICE Trust Was Properly Put on Hold

  • Back in May 2008, when shares in the U. K.-listed hedge-fund manager touched highs of more than 600 pence (about $9), Chief Executive Peter Clarke boasted of the firm's resilient business model and the benefits of diversification into noncorrelated asset classes.

    Man Overboard

  • The issue Americans face today is Risk Management 101: Americans need to diversify away from complete allocations to the shriveling dollar held in savings accounts, bonds and so forth, and into a noncorrelated cash instrument such as gold.

    Dear Mr. Buffett, Your Gold Comments Do Americans A Disservice

  • They began looking for what they call "noncorrelated assets" -- investments that wouldn't track stocks and bonds but would show independent strength.

    Investors Rush to Gold

  • They aim to include as many noncorrelated asset classes as possible so that when something goes down, something else goes up, thus reducing wild swings in the portfolio.

    Taming the Wildness

  • "This has tested investor appetite for risk but also reinforced the need for diversifying, noncorrelated investment returns."

    NYT > Home Page

  • What money managers did was to create models that said, "If you do this, diversify your portfolio like this, and here are all your noncorrelated asset classes -- see what happens?

    Safehaven

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