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For many decades the principles of portfolio construction laid out by Harry Markovitz in the 1950s have been broadly accepted as one of the cornerstones of modern portfolio theory (as summarized, for example, in this Wikipedia article). The strengths and weakness of the mean-variance methodology are now widely understood and broadly accepted. But alternatives exist, one…

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Very large datasets – comprising voluminous numbers of symbols – present challenges for the analyst, not least of which is the difficulty of visualizing relationships between the individual component assets. Absent the visual clues that are often highlighted by graphical images, it is easy for the analyst to overlook important changes in relationships. One means of tackling the…

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