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Risk Measurement:Volatile Ratios Mean Standard Deviation Sharpe Beta DSPBR Top 100 Equity-Reg(G) 18.41 24.14 0.

58 0.77 Franklin India Bluechip(G) 21.75 26.38 0.66 0.84 HDFC Top 200(G) 24.47 29.00 0.69 0.92 Interpretation:1. Beta: - In the bearish market condition the fund which has least value of beta is consideredas good Beta value. We can evaluate the performance by comparing the beta value. DSPBR Top 100 Equity-Reg(G) is least volatile in bearish market. where as franklin India Bluechip(G) has 0.84 & HDFC Top 200(G) have 0.92 volatility measurement. 2. Mean: -It indicate the average return of mutual fund schemes. In this caseDSPBR Top 100 Equity-Reg(G) have least value of mean where as HDFC top 200(G) have a mean of 24.47 3. Standard Deviation:-For a better return deviation should be zero with respect to mean value.Standard Deviationis the measure which shows variability in returns from the main return. Therefore, it is considered to be a direct measure to the risk. As per standard deviation, HDFC Top 200(G) is having highest risk when compare with DSPBR Top 100 Equity-Reg(G) having lowest risk in this category 24.14. 4. Sharpe ratio: - The Sharpe Ratio is a measure of excess return per unit of total risk. Higher the Sharpe Ratio,the better. HDFC Top 200 has highest sharpe ratio value of 0.69