A delisted stock, fund, ETF, or cryptocurrency is an instrument withdrawn from an exchange, typically due to the entity not meeting the exchange's listing requirements or because the organization has gone bankrupt. As a result, investors can no longer buy or sell shares of the delisted instrument on the exchange, and the entity may become illiquid and difficult to value. Delisted products may still trade on over-the-counter (OTC) markets,but they are typically considered riskier and less liquid than instruments listed on major exchanges.
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The classical approach to portfolio optimization is known as Modern Portfolio Theory (MPT). It involves categorizing the investment universe based on risk (standard deviation) and return, and then choosing the mix of investments that achieves the desired risk-versus-return tradeoff. Portfolio optimization can also be thought of as a risk-management strategy as every type of equity has a distinct return and risk characteristics as well as different systemic risks, which describes how they respond to the market at large. Macroaxis enables investors to optimize portfolios that have a mix of equities (such as stocks, funds, or ETFs) and cryptocurrencies (such as Bitcoin, Ethereum or Monero)
Check out your portfolio center. Note that this page's information should be used as a complementary analysis to find the right mix of equity instruments to add to your existing portfolios or create a brand new portfolio. You can also try the Fundamental Analysis module to view fundamental data based on most recent published financial statements.