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Eddy Elfenbein

Remember when you do price correlations, you want to look at the price changes -- not at the two prices.

Andrew McCauley

I understand the point you are trying to make & it does offer some insight.

However, your chart does suffer from scale dependency which can be overcome by using % change data.

I really enjoy your site.


Great chart. It's an interesting connundrum when (like me), you are not earning dollars, but you want to invest in US companies. The dollar is going down (and concensus indicates it will keep going), and stocks (apart from past couple of days) are going up. So it's important to keep an eye on both movements.

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