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How do I find the most diversified portfolio, or least correlated subset, of stocks?
I have a trading system that chooses top 10 stocks in Nasdaq 100 ranked on relative strength and some other factors. However, I'd like to take positions in only 5 of these 10 stocks based on how ...
Aug 18 '11 at 0:41
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