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Rolling Sharpe Ratio Calculator for your Portfolio

Data updated 2023-Sep-22 (Friday)

 


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Provide Stock/ETF/Cryptos & quantities to instantly analyze rolling Sharpe & Sortino ratios calculated using recent financial data. Sharpe Ratio measures risk to reward by comparing portfolio to a risk-free asset using recent historical performance whereas Sortino considers downside risk only & compares using a hurdle rate

Provided As-is for informational/educational purposes only and should not be construed as investment advice . Past performance may not be not indicative of future results. Always consult your Investment Adviser before any decision

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Portfolio
  Symbol Units Name Holding Allocation
SPDR S&P 500 ETF $43,042.00 36.54%
Bitcoin USD $39,806.31 33.79%
Apple Inc. $34,958.00 29.67%
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  Sharpe & Sortino ratios calculated using a rolling 52-week period with weekly portfolio returns. Use widget below chart to change to other rolling time period windows


Summary
  Portfolio $117,806.31   As of 2023-Sep-22 Friday
  Timespan 52-week   Returns Weekly
  Risk-free Rate 4.00%   Hurdle Rate 10.00%
  Recent Sharpe 0.97   Median Sharpe 0.69
  Recent Sortino 1.08   Median Sortino 0.7

Quick Interpretation


Weekly returns for the rolling 52-week time period were considered for this portfolio:
Most Recent Annualized Portfolio Sharpe ratio of 0.97 is considered poor given a risk-free rate of 4.00%
Median Annualized Portfolio Sharpe ratio of 0.69 is considered poor given a risk-free rate of 4.00%
Annualized Portfolio Sortino ratio of 1.08 is considered okay given a hurdle rate of 10.00%
Median Annualized Portfolio Sortino ratio of 0.70 is considered poor given a hurdle rate of 10.00%

Interpretation for Sharpe Ratio & Sortino is a starting-point and does NOT account for other important factors such as the distribution of returns etc. Red represents undesirable range and Green represents desirable values in gauges


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  Risk Reward Ratios : Evaluate Risk-Reward tradeoff with Sharpe & Sortino ratios Currently Viewing
  Portfolio Alpha : Quantify portfolio outperformance with Jensen's Alpha
  Portfolio Beta : Analyze portfolio volatility with Portfolio Beta
  Correlation Matrix : Correlations between Portfolio constituents & find other uncorrelated/negatively correlated assets
  Value At Risk : Historical distribution of daily Portfolio drawdowns
  Dollar Cost Averaging : Dollar Cost Averaging (DCA) individual stocks in your portfolio










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