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In the world of finance, correlation is a statistical measure of how two securities move in relation to each other. Correlations are used in advanced portfolio management. This indicator measures how different securities move in relation to a reference one, thus making portfolio management easier. [ Installation Guide | Update Guide | Troubleshooting | FAQ | All Products ]
- Avoid concurrent trades in highly correlated instruments
- Find trading opportunities among highly correlated instruments
- Correlation is positive when two securities rise in price together
- Correlation is negative when one security increases and the other decreases
The correlation between two securities is measured by a correlation coefficient.
- A coefficient of zero is neutral correlation
- A coefficient of 0.3 is low positive correlation
- A coefficient over 0.8 is high positive correlation
- A coefficient of -0.3 is low negative correlation
- A coefficient over -0.8 is high negative correlation
- Max History Bars: Amunt of bars to evaluate to the past upon loading.
- Correlation Period: Amount of bars to use to calculate the correlation.
- 1st Symbol to 8th Symbol: Enter the symbols to calculate the correlation.
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