Beta Factor

This refers to the volatility of share prices.

The beta factor (or beta coefficient) is a measurement of how much the value of a particular share has changed in a particular period of time, in comparison with the average change in the value of shares in the stock market as a whole during the same period.

Beta factor is a term normally used in financial management.

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