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Sharpe Ratio:

The ratio of annual return minus the risk free rate of return (e. g. long term government bond yield) and the annualized standard deviation. The Sharpe ratio is an example of a risk-adjusted return. This is a measure that describes the efficiency or value added by the manager for each unit of risk taken.
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