Risk measures

Alpha, R-squared, Sharpe ratio, standard deviation and Beta are the principal risk measures that defines the quality of a financial instrument. It is a calculated assumption on a stock's future performance based on historical and current data. However, these risk measures does not fully guarantee the quality of an investment because nobody can trully predict the market in general. These measures only serve as a base guideline on the behavior of a stock or index.

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