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In finance, the beta of an investment indicates whether the investment is more or
less volatile ... Beta decay refers to the tendency for a **company** with a high **beta**
**coefficient** (β > 1) to have its **beta coefficient** decline to the market beta. It is an ...

www.investopedia.com/articles/stocks/04/113004.asp

Jan 3, 2017 **...** How should investors assess risk in the stocks they buy or sell? As you can
imagine, ... All things being equal, the higher a **company's** beta is, the higher its
cost of capital .... What does a mutual fund's **beta coefficient** measure?

www.investopedia.com/articles/personal-finance/050515/how-calculate-beta-private-company.asp

May 5, 2015 **...** A **company's beta** is a measure of the volatility, or systematic risk, of a security ...
**Beta** is the slope **coefficient** obtained through regression analysis of the stock
return against the market return. The following regression equation ...

www.investopedia.com/terms/b/beta.asp

... market returns. Beta is also known as the **beta coefficient**. ... Loading the player
... An index composed of **companies** with high betas trading on the NYSE.

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A stock's **beta coefficient** is a measure of its volatility over time compared to a ... In
this example will calculate the beta for the Coca-Cola **Company** compared ...

www.investopedia.com/walkthrough/fund-guide/introduction/1/beta.aspx

Essentially, **beta** expresses the fundamental tradeoff between minimizing risk
and maximizing return. Let's give an illustration: Say a **company** has a **beta** of 2; ...

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Suppose correlation **coefficient** between market and share price of **Company** P is
0.75; standard deviation of market is 15% and that of share price is 8%, **beta** ...

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The term **beta coefficient** refers to a measure of individual stock volatility when ...
The beta spreadsheet referenced earlier indicates **Company** A's beta was 0.72.

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The book How to use **Company** Refs by Jim Slater gives the following advice for
interpreting a value: "The market's **Beta coefficient** is 1; shares with a Beta larger
...