Value at Risk (VaR)

Value at Risk (VaR) is a statistical measure used in finance to estimate the maximum potential loss a portfolio or investment may experience within a given time frame and at a specific confidence level. It provides an assessment of the downside risk by quantifying the potential loss in monetary terms. VaR helps investors and risk managers make informed decisions about managing and hedging their exposure to financial assets.

Historical Method: Value at Risk (VaR) In Excel

Monte Carlo Method: Value at Risk (VaR) In Excel

Parametric Method: Value at Risk (VaR) In Excel

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