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Select any example of a visualization or infographic, maybe your own work or that of others. The task is to undertake a deep, detailed ‘forensic’ like assessment of the design choices made across each of the five layers of the chosen visualization’s anatomy. In each case your assessment is only concerned with one design layer at a time.For this task, take a close look at the annotation choices:

Start by identifying all the annotation features deployed, listing them under the headers of either project or chart annotation
How suitable are the choices and deployment of these annotation features? If they are not, what do you think they should have been?
Go through the set of ‘Influencing factors’ from the latter section of the book’s chapter to help shape your assessment and to possibly inform how you might tackle this design layer differently
Also, considering the range of potential annotation features, what would you do differently or additionally?
Submit a three-page document answering all of the questions above. Be sure to show the visualization first and then thoroughly answer the above questions. Ensure that there are at least two-peer reviewed sources utilized this week to support your work.Your work must be enterely origional, checked with grammarly, and make use of proper grammatical conventions.

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ountry at a time is very strong” (Schmittmann, 2010). Clearly the currency volatility, and double digit devaluation of the pound would back this statement up. A decision to hedge will ultimately be based on the time horizon of investments held. Froot (1993), similarly looked at the need to hedge from a UK investors perspective in the US markets and argued that currency hedges are less useful at reducing real return variance at long horizons than they are at short horizons. Contrary to this is the work of Statman and Fisher (2003), who found that the mean returns and standard deviation of global portfolios with currency hedging were approximately equal to those with unhedged currencies. Given the assumed IM’s investment time horizon to be medium to long term and not day trading, past evidence suggests no clear advantage of hedging, but again this isn’t a normal market. Correlation & Diversification “The primary motive for international diversification has been to take advantage of the low correlation between stocks in different national markets” Goetzmann, Li and Rouwenhorst (2002). “It is critical to be clear as to exactly why the internationally diversified portfolio opportunity set is of lower expected risk than comparable domestic portfolios. The gains arise directly from the introduction of additional securities and/or portfolios which are of less than perfect correlation with the securities and portfolios within the domestic opportunity set” (IPTD, no date). It is important to understand a few decades ago it was stated that cross border correlation was low (Grubel, 1968), yet the speed of change in globalisation through information technology and a more connected world, has resulted in more positively correlated stockmarkets between the developed nations. “The level of correlation between the UK and US market is now so high tha
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