*Investors are classified into the following 5 types according to the ratio of capital losses they can afford:
Conservative investors: Steaker shall sustain investment risks, with no capital losses occurring to investors.
Robust Investors: Investors can afford to sustain a maximum amount of loss below 15% of the principal invested (excluding 15%).
Lv1 Adventurous Investors: Investors can afford to sustain a maximum amount of loss between 15% and 25% of the principal invested (excluding 25%).
Lv2 Adventurous Investors: Investors can afford to sustain a maximum amount of loss between 25% and 49% of the principal invested (excluding 49%).
Lv3 Adventurous Investors: Investors can afford to sustain a maximum amount of loss above 49% of the principal invested.
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β (S&P 500)
The Sharpe ratio is a quantitative indicator used to measure the return of an investment compared to its risk. The ratio is the average excess return earned per unit of risk. A positive Sharpe ratio indicates that the expected return of a certain solution exceeds the risk-free interest rate of general financial solutions, such as a certificate of deposit.
The standard deviation is one of the measures investors use to determine the volatility risk of a solution. The more uncertain the return, the greater the volatility, which may be upward or downward.
β is a measure of a solution’s volatility in relation to the overall market, used to assess degrees of sensitivity to market risk. The more volatile the rate of return is to the market rate of return, the greater the β. High-beta solutions are riskier but provide higher return potential. The expected market rate of return is obtained using S&P 500 and Bitcoin calculators.