Rydex|SGI Series Funds Trust Inverse Emerging Markets 2x Strategy Fund H ClassRYWYX

13.98
0.36 / 2.51%
13.98 - 22.89-0.08
NAV in USDNAV change52-week range3-yr sharpe ratio

As of market close Jul 22 2014.

Risk vs return

As of Jun 30 2014.

Risk measures

Benchmark used: BONY Emerging Markets 50 ADR TR USD
FundCategory average
Alpha+38.49+17.34
Beta-2.58-2.14
Information ratio-0.53-0.94
FundCategory average
R squared+64.21+77.01
Sharpe ratio-0.08-0.75
Standard deviation39.39%30.73%
As of Jun 30 2014.

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