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Antonyms for undiversified

not diversified

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Skewness is present in undiversified portfolios but not in fully diversified ones.
Cyprus has a small and relatively undiversified economy, dominated by its service sector, which accounts for more than four-fifths of gross domestic product," Moody's said.
Cyprus' small and relatively undiversified economy will remain heavily dependent on external demand for the foreseeable future.
In Maldives, economic growth continued its recovery from the 2012 dip, and inflation has slowed down, but the economy remains undiversified, primarily depending on tourism and fisheries.
Ratings agency Standard & Poors commented: "The economy is undiversified and vulnerable to a sharp and sustained decline in global prices, despite the government's policy to promote non-hydrocarbon private sector growth.
We view Saudi Arabia's economy as undiversified and vulnerable to a sharp and sustained decline in the oil price notwithstanding government policy to encourage non-oil private sector growth" S and P said last Friday.
We view Saudi Arabia's economy as undiversified and vulnerable to a sharp and sustained decline in the oil price, notwithstanding government policy to encourage non-oil private sector growth," S&P said.
These results support the notion that the founding families' need to hedge the risk of their undiversified personal wealth portfolio leads to suboptimal risk management decisions.
Undiversified economy: high dependence of production from outcomes of Kumtor mine operation;
S&P views Saudi Arabia's economy as undiversified and vulnerable to a sharp and sustained decline in the oil price.
Additionally, "Large businesses are generally less sensitive to weather than small, undiversified businesses.
Montenegro s relatively undiversified economy relies heavily on foreign investment which drove an economic boom between 2006 and 2008.
It goes on to describe MENA's financial sectors as dominated by large, well-capitalized banks, but largely undiversified and uncompetitive.
Estate plans can now be designed to hold an undiversified portfolio with concentrated investment risk-such as your closely held businesses-with much less risk that a beneficiary can force its sale.