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which the performance
of portfolio in a given period of time is measured.
In Sharpe index, three things must be known:
the portfolio return,
the risk free rate of return - use the average return
(over the given period of time).
the *standard*** deviation** of the portfolio – it is
measure the systematic risk of the portfolio.
The ratio describes how much excess return you are
receiving for the extra volatility that you endure for
holding a riskier asset
Properly compensated for the additional...

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September 1994
Net Assets $1,060,000,000
Current NAV $13.59
5-Year Average Return 18.95%
Annual Holdings Turnover 13%
Total Expense Ratio 1.69%
Max 12b1 Fee 0%
Max Front End Sales Load 0%
Max Back End Sales Load 0%
Alpha 17.96
Beta 0.43
*Standard*** Deviation** 12.39
Analysis
Matthews Asian G&I Fund is considered a value fund that seeks both capital appreciation and current income. Matthews fund is relatively large with a giant $1.06 billion in assets. This has allowed Matthews fund to diversify...

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Fama-Macbeth (1973) CAPM test on size and value effects. The average return and *standard*** deviations** are shown in Table I:
Table I: Average returns and

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confidence intervals verses point estimates? The sample mean is a point estimate (single number estimate) of the population mean – Due to sampling error, we know this is off. Instead, we construct an interval estimate, which takes into account the *standard*** deviation**, and sample size.
– Usually stated as (point estimate) ± (margin of error)
• What is meant by a 95% confidence interval? That we are 95% confident that our calculated confidence interval actually contains the true mean.
• What is the...

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Trial 5 | Trial 6 | Trial 7 | |
Glucose Concentration | Transmission (%)± 0.1 | Transmission (%)± 0.1 | Transmission (%)±0.1 | Transmission (%)± 0.1 | Transmission(%)±0.1 | Transmission (%)±0.1 | Mean (anomalous data not included) ±0.1 | *Standard*** Deviation** |
0.00 | 100.0 | 100.0 | 100.0 | 100.0 | 100.0 | 100.0 | 100.0 | 0.0 |
0.25 | 83.8 | 99.9 | 85.9 | 80.9 | 5.8 | 90.9 | 88.3 | 7.5 |
0.50 | 84.8 | 73.0 | 75.5 | 52.4 | 5.2 | 83.3 | 73.8 | 13.0 |
0.75 | 85.1 | 90.6 | 67.3 | 71.5...

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risk for two stock portfolio. We have chosen to examine Woolworths Limited (Woolworths Limited 2013), and Cochlear Limited (Cochlear 2013).
We first discuss about Mean-Variance Analysis and how it is concerned with evaluating the mean, *standard*** deviation** and covariance of individual stocks (Markowitz 1952). Next, we discuss Capital Asset Pricing Model and how it is concerned with determining the market risk premium associated with higher expected return for individual stocks (Sharpe 1964)....

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Statistics site” “The quantities most commonly used to measure the dispersion of the values about their mean are the variance and its square root, the *standard*** deviations**. The variance is calculated by determining the mean, subtracting it from each of the sample values (yielding the

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02+16.04+16.05+16.01+16.02+16.02+16.03+16.01+16+16.07)/12=16.03
(b) Calculate the sample *standard*** deviation**.
=0.0193
3.2. The bore diameters of eight randomly selected bearings are shown here (in mm): 50.001, 50.002, 49.998, 50.006, 50.005, 49.996, 50.003, 50.004
(a) Calculate the sample average.
(50.001+50.002+ 49.998+50.006+50.005+49.996+50.003+50.004)/8=50.001
(b) Calculate the sample

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using the ** standard** curve formula. The curve was prepared by plotting various known betacyanin concentrations with their respective absorbance. The concentrations were calculated using the formula x=y/0.0084. Where x is the independent variable representing betacyanin concentration (µM) and y is the dependent variable representing betacyanin absorbance (460nm). Data was collected from the same studies done by other people and the mean and

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c) Sum of square ** deviations** is 56.
d) Variance is 2.666 or 2.7
e)

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