Table 2 shows that we selected two risk measurement indicators from the four risk indicators; namely, DOL and

beta coefficient, respectively.

Definition and Adjustment of the Basic

Beta CoefficientBeta coefficient equalling -I corresponds to full convergence.

Therefore, the research division at Arab Investment Company has taken on the task of deriving the

Beta coefficient of reclassified sectors, based on Total Monthly Performances-price, bonus shares and cash distributions, for the last five years.

Beta Coefficient Between Global CPRI and Regional CPRI 1987-1990 1991-1995 1996-2000 2001-2005 2006-2010 U.

For the Treynor ratio, which looks solely at a mutual fund's systematic risk component, quantification of uncertainty is achieved by calculating a fund's

beta coefficient, which is simply the covariance of the return of the portfolio relative to the market divided by the covariance of the market's returns with itself.

All

beta coefficients associated with these variables were not found to be good predictors.

Thus, the

Beta coefficient should exhibit increased risk-taking investor behavior for losses.

The

beta coefficient of a portfolio consisting of all market shares is equal to 1.

Ever heard of the terms

beta coefficient or portfolio diversification?

The

beta coefficient in the current model is significant and positive.

In the first stage, returns on specific stocks in the sample are regressed on a market risk factor to obtain the

beta coefficient for each firm.

The

beta coefficient for X is the 2SLS-estimated coefficient of X multiplied by the sample standard deviation of X divided by the sample standard deviation of Y.

The

beta coefficient measures change in standard deviations expected in the dependent variable if the explanatory variable changes by one standard deviation.

On the average, the size of the

beta coefficient decreased from an average of 1.