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Calculating Conditional Value at Risk (CVaR) or Expected Short fall using Historical returns. Imagine a board meeting where you have just presented your Value at Risk (VaR) analysis and a board member asks a simple question. “So what are we talking about here? What is the expectation? What is the most that we can drop if […]

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