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### What is Sharpe Ratio?

The Sharpe ratio which is otherwise called as Sharpe index / Sharpe measure / reward-to-variability ratio is a measure of the excess return (or...

### What is Covariance? How to calculate in spreadsheet?

In mathematics and statistics, covariance is a measure of the relationship between random variables. This metric used to measure how one random variable moves...

### Steps involved in Fundamental Analysis

Fundamental analysis is the key element of investing. In fact, all types of investing comprise studying some fundamentals. The subject of fundamental analysis is also...

### Multivariate Normality Tests with R – Mardia’s Test, Henze-Zirkler, Royston

Most multivariate techniques, such as Linear Discriminant Analysis (LDA), Factor Analysis, MANOVA and Multivariate Regression are based on an assumption of multivariate normality. So,...

### Why you should use Adjusted closing prices for Analysis

Beginners in analysis often do a basic mistake by considering the closing prices of stocks for analysis instead of Adjusted closing price. In this...

### How to Calculate Descriptive statistics using R

In this post, I will explain how to calculate basic descriptive statistics using R. The following R scripts helps to calculate descriptive statistics such...

### HSBC Bank Australia, Hongkong & Shanghai Banking CIB Branch, 985-557

BSB Number is a six-digit code. The format of the BSB code originally was for the first two digits to indicate the "bank" and...

### HSBC Bank Australia, Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Aust Branch, 985-555

BSB Number is a six-digit code. The format of the BSB code originally was for the first two digits to indicate the "bank" and...

### HSBC Bank Australia, Hongkong & Shanghai Banking Corp Au Branch, 985-551

BSB Number is a six-digit code. The format of the BSB code originally was for the first two digits to indicate the "bank" and...

### Bank of China (Australia), Perth Branch, 980-600

BSB Number is a six-digit code. The format of the BSB code originally was for the first two digits to indicate the "bank" and...