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A portfolio with a mean return of 1.19% and a standard deviation of 4.42% has an **inverse** CV of \(\frac{0.0119}{0.0442}=0.27\). This result indicates that **[...]** represents **[...]**

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each unit of standard deviation represents a 0.27 percent return.

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A portfolio with a mean return of 1.19% and a standard deviation of 4.42% has an **inverse** CV of \(\frac{0.0119}{0.0442}=0.27\). This result indicates that **[...]** represents **[...]**

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A portfolio with a mean return of 1.19% and a standard deviation of 4.42% has an **inverse** CV of \(\frac{0.0119}{0.0442}=0.27\). This result indicates that **[...]** represents **[...]**

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each unit of standard deviation represents a 0.27 percent return.

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Although CV was designed as a measure of relative dispersion, its inverse reveals something about return per unit of risk. For example, a portfolio with a mean monthly return of 1.19 percent and a standard deviation of 4.42 percent has an inverse CV of 1.19%/4.42% = 0.27. This result indicates that each unit of standard deviation represents a 0.27 percent return.

Although CV was designed as a measure of relative dispersion, its inverse reveals something about return per unit of risk. For example, a portfolio with a mean monthly return of 1.19 percent and a standard deviation of 4.42 percent has an inverse CV of 1.19%/4.42% = 0.27. This result indicates that each unit of standard deviation represents a 0.27 percent return.

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