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**Dispersion**,

### Dispersion Meanings:

A statistical term that refers to the change of distribution around an average or other central trend. Acquirers and risk managers often develop and analyze them to determine risk aversion. The lower the spread of distribution, the more likely it is that actual production or loss will fall within a certain range of this central trend and result in less change in risk. The widespread spread of these results means a lack of confidence in predicting certain outcomes. Statistics that measure this variability include interval, variability, and standard deviation.

Diffusion is a statistical term that describes the measurement of the distribution of expected values for a variable. Dispersion can be measured by various statistics, such as area, variation, and standard deviation. Disbursement of financing and investment generally refers to the potential return on an investment, but can also be used to measure the risk associated with securities or a specific portfolio of investments. ۔ This is often seen as a measure of the level of uncertainty and, therefore, the risk associated with a particular security or investment portfolio.

- Diversion refers to the potential return on investment based on volatility or historical returns.
- Dispersion can be measured using Alpha and Beta, which measure risk adjusted returns and benchmarks, respectively.
- In general, the greater the diversity, the greater the risk of investment, and vice versa.