NEW YORK ( Trade Station) -- While not especially strong, a positive linear correlation is usually present between the Gold Continuous Futures contract and the Crude Oil Continuous Futures contract, as depicted by the blue histogram in the blog consistently staying in positive territory.The histogram is showing the coefficient R between the two securities using percentage moves with a rolling period of six months.
Correlation Study - Oct. 10, 2013
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