noncorrelation

noncorrelation

(ˌnɒnˌkɒrəˈleɪʃən)
n
(Banking & Finance) finance (esp in reference to investments) the state of not being correlated or connected
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End investors perceive diversification (96 percent) and non-correlation with financial asset classes as key drivers, while only 12 percent said they are mainly focused on the return/yield potential of ILS, ranking fourth among responses behind diversification, noncorrelation and cost.
The advantage of the model with the Francis parameterization lies in the noncorrelation between the growth coefficient (K) and the asymptotic length ([L.sub.[infinity]]) parameters (Francis, 1988).
Utility stocks have been known to do well when the S&P 500 pulls back; they tend to be stable investments for income and noncorrelation to broad-based equity indexes.
Life settlements, if you invest correctly--in a large diversified pool, and you do things the way you should do them--provides this noncorrelation because mortality is not related to the stock market.
After calculating theoretical Grade 3 muscle strength values from body weight and limb segment length for each experimental task, measuring the actual isometric maximum muscle strength using an HHD, and performing a test for noncorrelation and regression analysis, we found a linear relationship between the maximum muscle strength value and the theoretical Grade 3 muscle strength value for each of the eight experimental tasks.
Quasi-independence and noncorrelation between ICs means that occurrence of extremes among different ICs tends to be asynchronous (see Figure 10) and therefore extreme phenomena are independent.
luteus infection induces insidious manifestation of pyogenic liver abscess,[sup][13] meningitis,[sup][14] and myocarditis.[sup][15] Our results demonstrated that the history of early embryonic developmental arrest carried no significant bearing on infection, supporting the previously reported noncorrelation between mycoplasma infection and number of early embryonic developmental arrests.[sup][8] No distinct disparity in intrauterine bacterial infection was observed between the artificial abortion group and early embryonic developmental arrest group.
Firstly, a closed-form expression for the critical buckling load of T-section webs is established using energy conservation approach with the assumption of noncorrelation of the restrain coefficient and buckling half-wavelength.
Recent turbulence in financial markets has called into question the belief of noncorrelation or low correlation of risks among risk takers.
The advantages of real estate investments in a client's financial plan are numerous and can include stable cash flow through difficult markets, tax sheltered income, relative noncorrelation to financial markets, growth of accessible equity through financing and the ability to exchange to different real property without incurring any current taxes.
This noncorrelation can play a valuable role in your portfolio, reducing volatility.