Net Payout Yields - Top Risk-Adjusted Returns
The Sharpe ratio is a measure of excess return per unit of risk. Risk is measured in terms of volatility and excess return is measured as the investment performance greater than the risk free rate. A higher Sharpe ratio indicates more return for each unit of risk taken (a superior risk-adjusted performance.)
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