DPS (Dividends Per Share). Fundamental Indicator. A dividend is a distribution of a part of company’s net income to its shareholders. Usually, it is made in a form of cash, but it also could be in the form of stocks, property and other. Dividends often expressed as dividend per share, that is a total amount […]
For the investor, both mid- and long-term, it’s hard to overestimate the importance of understanding Fundamental Indicators. At least main of them. Of course, it’s better to understand the meaning of technical indicators too. And we already explained some of them here. However, the fundamental analysis itself gives you the strong base for investments decision. That’s […]
Even if you are the investor with mid- or long-term positions, it’s highly recommended to understand the basics of the technical analysis and be ready to use technical signals and indicators for better understanding asset behaviour you invest. And of course, we have a bunch of articles about fundamental indicators you can kindly find the […]
The similarity of assets, or correlation, is a statistical measure on how the two securities move in relation to each other. Correlation is computed into what is known as the correlation coefficient, which ranges between -1 and +1. 1 indicates a strong positive relationship between securities and implies that as one security moves, either up or […]
Here we explain major terms on our Key statistics block of the company page, for example, Apple Inc. Expected Return is a variable is used to determine whether or not an investment has a positive or negative average net outcome. Note that this is just an expectation and NOT a hard figure of profits or […]
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What is the difference between absolute and relative volatility for a security? How it is been calculated?
Absolute Volatility – it’s a measure of the dispersion of returns and calculated as the standard deviation of the series. If we are talking about securities, you can take daily closes for specific period and calculate daily standard deviation for the period. The you need to normalize it, simply multiply it by SQRT(N) where N […]