International Business Machines Corporation
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This chart plots IBM’s historical return distribution against a theoretical normal (bell curve). The closer the fit, the more likely its returns can be described by its Expected Return (mean) and Volatility (standard deviation).
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- Expected ReturnThis is Portfolio Monkey's estimate of how much IBM is expected to return on an annualized basis over a long-term investment horizon. Learn more about how Portfolio Monkey calculates this.Expected Return: -3.1%
- Volatility This is how much the security is likely to deviate from the expected return. The higher the volatility, the riskier it is. Learn moreExpected Volatility: 16.4%
- → IBM is more volatile than 69% of the securities in our database
- → IBM has a higher return potential than 20% of the securities in our database.
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