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Sharpe ratio

Sharpe ratio Definition

A relative measure of portfolio performance developed by William F. Sharpe, and used by investors to compare the performance of two portfolios in terms of risk-adjusted return. Calculated by subtracting Risk free rate from Total portfolio return, and then dividing by the standard deviation of the portfolio.

Sharpe ratio = Total portfolio return – Risk free rate / Portfolio standard deviation








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