I have been starting to pay attention to my diversification score more recently and cant seem to get my head around it.
The definitions of the metrics that are used are all clear, however I do not see that they reflect the reality of my investments.
As an example, I have a score of 32% and one of the highlighted issues is:
However I have about 12 different countries in my portfolio, with a roughly even split of 'Invested Amount' between them all. I do not have any one country with more than 33%. Even if this metric is referring instead to the the 'Outstanding Principal', there is not one country that makes up more than 33% of the portfolio (in € value) there either.
Am I misunderstanding how this is calculated?
This is not the only metric within the score that does not make sense to me and in fact all of them seem to have a similar situation where I dont see the lack of diversification that the percentages seem to show.
Has anyone else noticed this....or can explain what I am misunderstanding?
Not sure if this will solve your problem, but note that the diversification score is not updated daily. Could it be that it accurately reflects an older situation?
The 'last updated' date is to the right of your total diversification score, inside the graphic with the blue dots.0
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