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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...

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