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I think the title describes what I'm looking for but I don't know that much about statistics or probability. Linked pic is a histogram of the distribution of a 10 period correlation between two markets over a period of time. If I import this data into Excel, I'd like to see what percentage is at various levels, for instance above .80, below 0 etc. What formulas would I look at for this? Mean and/or something like that? I'm basically looking for something along the lines of finding the probability that when correlation reaches a certain level, like -.40 or such, that it will reverse. Thanks much.

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fyaqq0dp9xg4mtg/10%20Corr%20Distri...
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