Addendum Date: 12/12/2016
For those readers of: How To Beat The S&P500 In One Move
Here are the volatility and risk measures:
There are some differences to be noted; however, I do like the 10 year Sharpe Ratio that gives the impression that the risk-adjusted return is actually better give the higher Sharpe Ratio.
(A risk-adjusted measure developed by William F. Sharpe, calculated using standard deviation and excess return to determine reward per unit of risk. The higher the Sharpe ratio, the better the fund's risk-adjusted performance.)
I also like the extra total return (NYSEARCA:RSP) for a little more volatility that I don't even realize. The 10 year is remarkable and the one year is looking really good too.
|Standard Deviation||Sharpe Ratio||Total Return %||
|RSP||SPY||RSP||SPY||RSP||SPY||RSP vs SPY|
|Source: Total Return: Y Charts|
Disclosure: I am/we are long RSP.
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