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International diversification

The attempt to reduce risk by investing in more than one nation. By diversifying across nations whose economic cycles are not perfectly correlated, investors can typically reduce the variability of their returns.



International diversification

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Currency diversification

Currency diversification

Using more than one currency as an investing or financing strategy. Exposure to a diversified currency portfolio typically entails less exchange rate risk than if all the portfolio exposure were in a single foreign currency.


Diversification

Diversification

Investment jargon for not keeping all your eggs in one basket. Diversification implies that you distribute your capital among various assets to reduce loss if, through bad luck or judgement, one of them fails you.There are four main areas of risk to think about.Asset allocation: spreading your investments among different classes of asset (bonds, equities, property etc)Shares: spreading your stock investments over a sufficient number of shares (or invest in a diversified collective fund)Sectors: making sure the shares you invest in are in companies operating in a variety of sectorsCountries: getting some exposure to economies outside the UK as well as in the UKMost people agree that diversification is essential to reduce risk. There is an argument that to make exceptional returns, you have to concentrate your investments - the big winners theory. 'Put all your eggs in one basket and watch that basket very closely'.


Naive diversification

Naive diversification

A strategy whereby an investor simply invests in a number of different assets in the hope that the variance of the expected return on the portfolio is lowered. In contrast, mathematical programming can be used to select the best possible investment weights. Related: Markowitz diversification.


Cone of diversification

Cone of diversification

See diversification cone.


Sector diversification

Sector diversification

Constituting of a portfolio of stocks of companies in each major industry group.


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