Diversification is designed to increase a portfolio’s risk-adjusted returns by reducing portfolio risk or volatility for every level of return or maximizing return for every level of risk. Proper diversification is implemented by investing in a sufficiently large number of securities that represent a set of relatively uncorrelated asset classes and geographies.
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