Question: Assume a company correlated with the economy is evaluating six
Assume a company, correlated with the economy, is evaluating six projects, of which two are positively correlated with the economy, two are negatively correlated, and two are not correlated with it at all. Which two projects would you select to minimize the company’s overall risk?
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