New Kind of Correlation Spotted in Factors Obsessing Wall Street

  • Unified moves among groups rise to record, Bernstein data show
  • Search for factor diversification becomes more difficult

One selling point of a newfangled investment strategy that has swept Wall Street is diversification through factors: buy stocks with high dividends, and your results will vary from those chosen for price momentum. But what if that benefit broke down?

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