Investments glossary

Granular Portfolio

A granular portfolio is an investment portfolio that is well diversified across a wide variety of assets, typically with a significant number of holdings. Because this type of portfolio contains a large number of positions in different asset classes and/or sectors, it is considered to have a lower overall risk profile. Conversely, portfolios that have low granularity have fewer positions or contain highly correlated assets. They are less diversified and have a higher overall risk profile.

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