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11/26/2013

CFA Topic Deep Dive: Your Guide to Understanding Diversification


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CFA Exam PrepIn prepping for your CFA® exams, one of the most frustrating things that can happen is that your mind simply refuses to grasp a particular concept. Often, you may be forced into blind memorization out of desperation.

The purpose of the CFA Topic Deep Dive articles is to help you understand certain CFA concepts. By going into deep detail on a particular example, you'll learn all the nuances about each topic and go into your CFA prep (and exams) better prepared.

We'd love your feedback on this series, so let your views be known in the comments below. For this article, Miguel and Mykola from Financial Analyst Warrior take us through a detailed example of diversification.


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