"Fatal" Standard Deviation by Year?

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"Fatal" Standard Deviation by Year?

Postby sratastearch » Sat Mar 28, 2015 6:53 pm

In the Review tab, what does it mean if "Standard Deviation by Year" is "Fatal"?
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Re: "Fatal" Standard Deviation by Year?

Postby Overload » Sun Mar 29, 2015 9:13 am

You can highlight any of the fields on the Review tab and then click the Update button just to the right of the listing to see the range of values that would designate a performance value as "Fatal". The Review tab only categorizes each performance value as being Excellent, Good, Neutral, Poor or Fatal based on customizable ranges, so you can adjust the ranges if you'd like. For a Fatal value of Standard Deviation by Year, the Standard Deviation by Year would need to be a value above 40 (with default range settings), which would be very high and would indicate a very large difference in returns from one year to the next. That is not necessarily bad, but it would be very high and therefore worth looking closely at.

Hopefully this helps.

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Re: "Fatal" Standard Deviation by Year?

Postby sratastearch » Sun Mar 29, 2015 2:27 pm

Very clear and very helpful, Pete. Thank you.
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