# What is return analysis

Publish On: 2019-04-23

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# bruno

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## ANS: What is return analysis

Hi! Returns based style analysis is a statistical technique used in finance to deconstruct the returns of investment strategies using a variety of explanatory variables. And Forex market is one of the best place for investment and getting back high returns well if you do not have good experience of trading in Forex market than you can choose best broker. And you can find great forex trading brokers here accourding to choice you can choose your broker by check review and comparing them. You can find top rated Forex brokers 2017 - 2018 with the most favorable trading terms and services. You are able not only to choose a Forex trading company with these rating by filtering and ordering the list as per your criteria, but also to compare top of them between each other.

# epicresearchindore

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## ANS: What is return analysis

By return it is meant  that what we get  in the form of gain or loss over some specific period of time on amount which we have invested . There are various ways to calculate return on investment . One way is to decide return from cost of investment. It will give the result in the form of ratio or percentage.  For earning expetced returns experts suggested trading tips ,  crude oil tips are helpful.

# Priancka

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## ANS: What is return analysis

Let us recapitulate that portfolio return depends on the proportion of wealth invested in two assets, and is in no way affected by correlation between asset returns. In contrast, the portfolio risk depends on both correlation and proportions (weights) of assets forming the portfolio. Let us emphasis again that the correlation coefficient will always lie between + 1.0 and – 1.0. Returns on assets or securities vary perfectly together in the same direction when the correlation coefficient is +1.0 and in perfectly opposite directions when it is – 1.0. A zero correlation coefficient implies that there is no relationship between the returns of securities. In practice, the correlation coefficients of returns of securities may vary between + 1.0 and – 1.0. Let us consider an example to understand the implications of asset correlation and weights for the understand the implications of asset correlation and weights for the portfolio risk-return relationship.