Complacency Throws Markets Off Course

 
Foreword from ShareInvestor
This article “Complacency Throws Markets Off Course?” by R SIVANITHY was first published in The Business Times on 11 Oct 2017 and is reproduced in this blog in its entirety.
Students of statistics and other social sciences would be familiar with the phrase “regression to the mean” that broadly means there is a …

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Use R-Squared To Measure How Accurate Beta Is

Beta is a very interesting concept. It measures the correlation of a stock price to an index. If you have not read our previous article on Beta, please do so before continuing further.
Beta is computed using regression analysis. To measure how accurate the Beta calculated is, we need to use …

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What Is Beta (ß) And How Do We Use It?

What is Beta?
The Beta (ß) of a stock or portfolio is a historical measure describing the relations of the volatility of its returns an investor is exposed to as compared to the entire market as a whole.
A stock market itself has a beta of 1.00 and stocks are measured on how …

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