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When calculating the Sharpe Ratio, say, for ten years of data, what is generally accepted as the risk-free rate? 90-day T-Bills?

When calculating the Sharpe Ratio, say, for ten years of data, what is generally accepted as the risk-free rate? 90-day T-Bills? 1, 2 year Notes? The T-Bond yield for the comparable term at inception? == I agree with Peter Irojah. Some people think or used to think that Risk Free Rate was related to Government …

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When calculating the Sharpe Ratio, say, for ten years of data, what is generally accepted as the risk-free rate?

When calculating the Sharpe Ratio, say, for ten years of data, what is generally accepted as the risk-free rate? 90-day T-Bills? 1, 2 year Notes? The T-Bond yield for the comparable term at inception?   == Yes, definitely, short maturity sovereign debt. Oh, er, wait a minute… may have to rewrite those textbooks. Could be …

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