What is Beta? The investment industry uses a lot of jargon and Greek terms. And Beta is one of the most commonly used Greek terms. While it sounds intimidating, it is not rocket science. It is just one of the many different types of investment risk measures. Let's look at it in this video.
1. What is Beta
2. How does Beta work
3. How can we calculate Beta
4. What are the uses of Beta
5. What do we need to take note of about Beta
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