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Treynor ratio

The Treynor ratio is a metric used to compare the returns of an asset or an investment portfolio with the underlying market volatility and systematic risk.

Like the Sharpe ratio, it is a measure of the relationship between the return and volatility of an investment.

The formula for the Treynor ratio is:

Treynor ratio = (Portfolio return – Risk-free investment return) / Portfolio beta.