AIM Treasurers Market Risk Adjusted Performance

IPVXX Fund  USD 1.00  3.58  78.17%   
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AIM Treasurers Series has current Market Risk Adjusted Performance of 4.66.
ER[a] + (1/BETA - 1) 
ER[a] - RFR) 
ER[a] = Expected return on investing in AIM Treasurers
RFR = Risk Free Rate of return. Typically T-Bill Rate
BETA = Beta of the asset with market or selected benchmark.

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AIM Market Risk Adjusted Performance Relative To Other Indicators

AIM Treasurers Series is currently considered the top fund in market risk adjusted performance among similar funds. It is currently under evaluation in maximum drawdown among similar funds reporting about  0.42  of Maximum Drawdown per Market Risk Adjusted Performance. The ratio of Market Risk Adjusted Performance to Maximum Drawdown for AIM Treasurers Series is roughly  2.40 
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