When considering how best to manage assets and what to avoid as the market faces volatility, understanding compounding and correlation are a tool to help investors make the most of their investments. Today's white paper, The Challenge of Negative Compounding, explores why it can be important to add low-correlated assets to your portfolio to avoid the effects of negative compounding.
Highlights of the topics covered include:
- What is compounding?
- An example of compounding
- An example of negative compounding
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