Correlations Between Factors Are Plunging



The correlation between Growth and Value stocks has plunged to the lowest since 1928. The closest comparison was the year 2000, but there were many more less dramatic precedents. Other correlations are breaking down, too. These have been a better sign for one factor versus another rather than the broader stock market.


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