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  1. If S&P correlations are constantly shifting, what value are they? How do you use them during the trading day? I could understand if it was mostly always correlated and you could use that to spot divergences that might mean revert or something. But it seems like sometimes correlated, sometimes not and I don't understand how you actually use this info. I guess your ACB example is one way you use this – assume positive correlation and protect yourself if S&P and CGC are not looking good.

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