Sharpe Ratio is a measure regarding calculating risk-adjusted come back, and this ratio is just about the industry standard regarding such calculations. The Sharpe ratio is the average return earned over the risk-free price per unit regarding volatility or entire risk. Subtracting the risk-free rate through the mean return, the performance associated with risk-taking activities could be isolated. One intuition of the calculation is that portfolio engaging inside “zero risk” purchase, such as the purchase of US Treasury charges, has a Sharpe ratio of exactly zero.
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