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Volatility is a measure of risk which shows how the returns of a fund fluctuate relative to its average returns. The more returns fluctuate, the more likely you are to buy or sell during a peak or trough, so more volatile funds tend to be considered a riskier bet.
Sharpe Ratio is a measure which shows how much a fund has returned over and above the returns available from a risk free investment, ultimately showing you how much a fund has returned ‘per unit of risk’ taken.
Maximum loss shows the maximum a fund has lost between a single peak and trough, at any time during the period you’ve selected. Effectively it shows you the worst case scenario had you invested at the peak and sold at the trough during that time.
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Price total return performance figures are calculated on a mid price to mid price basis. Performance figures are shown in fund’s native currency unless otherwise specified with gross income (dividends) reinvested.
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