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**Treynor Ratio**,

### What Does Treynor Ratio Mean?

The Trainer Index, also known as the Rewards / Fluctuation Index, is a performance measure used to determine the additional profits earned by each unit of risk that assumes a portfolio.

- The Trainer Index is a risk / reward measure that investors can use to adjust portfolio profits based on managed risk.
- Yielding more shares than Trainer means a portfolio is a more appropriate investment.
- The Trainer Index is similar to the Sharp Index, although the Sharp Index uses portfolio standard deviations to adjust portfolio profits.

### Literal Meanings of Treynor Ratio

#### Ratio:

##### Meanings of Ratio:

A quantitative relationship between two quantities that indicates how many times one object contains or exists in another.

The relative value of silver and gold in the bimetallic monetary system.

##### Sentences of Ratio

We give the total mortality rate as a percentage of the quota.

The aspect ratio is the relationship between the width of the tire and the height of the sidewall.

It's easy to see what happens when we build relationships on a chart.

The adjusted difficulty ratio was calculated by logistic regression, while the risk ratio is calculated using a simple linear model.

Numerous logistic regression analyzes were used to calculate the difficulty ratio adjusted for failure rates.

High mortality rates lead to a decrease in the male / female ratio as the population ages.

Therefore, we estimate the standard risk indicator.

In addition, nitrogen metabolism increases the molecular ratio of amino nitrogen released into the branch network.

Controlled crosses (uninfected men vs. uninfected women) lead to familial size and distorted gender relations in women.

The chlorophyll / carotenoid molar ratio is significantly reduced.

The bank's solvency ratio is 11.72%.

We estimated the level of damage using Cox regression with age as a time metric.

##### Synonyms of Ratio

relationship, correspondence, quantitative relation, balance, comparative extent, comparative number, correlation