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Correlations continue to rise in every asset class, along with cross-correlations among stocks which are rising the fastest. We believe there are few places one can go to diversify other than cash. With the 2-year Treasury at 2.27%, this could be an attractive option.
The correlation figure measures how each asset return moves in relationship to the broader basket of asset returns listed on the X axis. When correlations are high or rising, it may indicate that economic movements and sentiment are driving the majority of returns, which could potentially make security selection challenging.