Therefore, a stock can earn a maximum of four stars The lowest rating a stock can have is no stars
» Sensitivity «is determined by measuring» The teddy Bear effect «and» The adverse news effect «against its reference index.
There are three levels of sensitivity levels:
Low sensitivity: The sensitivity metrics descend below the global attribution average.
Mild sensitivity: The tolerance indices are positioned higher than the global reference average, but lower than the standard deviation.
High Sensitivity: The sensitivity indices are at higher levels than the standard deviation.
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