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Low Volatility Stocks

Low Volatility Stocks

Below you’ll find the top scoring low volatility based on a volatility composite. It can seem counterintuitive to many investors, but stocks that are less volatile than their counterparts have historically produced comparable or better returns. This means that on a risk-adjusted basis, low volatility stocks have been superior investments. Low volatility can be measure in two ways. The first is the standard deviation, which measures the volatility of each stock on a standalone basis, and the second is beta, which measure’s a stock volatility and correlation relative to the overall market. The market has a beta of 1.0, so a stock with a beta below one is considered less volatile than the market and vice versa for a stock with a beta above 1.0. Go to our interactive experience to learn more about low volatility stocks.

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