Daily Archives: October 22, 2015

What is and isn’t “Risk”

It’s a popular thing to bash on measuring the risk of an investment portfolio with standard deviation, the preferred metric of most academic studies. If you skipped stats in college (congratulations, by the way), standard deviation measures how much movement around an average return you might expect in an asset or portfolio.  So higher standard […]

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