TA35 Index | | | 1,845 0.47 0.0255% |

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Tel Aviv 35 has current Value At Risk of

(1.25). Value At Risk (or VAR) is a statistical technique used to measure the level of financial risk of investment instrument over a specific time frame. It is a widely used measure of the risk of loss on a specific investing instrument.

Value At Risk | **=** | ER[a] x N | + | (Z-SCORE x STD x SQRT (N)) |
| = | (1.25) | |

ER[a] | **=** | Expected return on investing in Tel Aviv |

STD | **=** | Standard Deviation of Tel Aviv |

N | **=** | Number of points for the period |

Z-SCORE | **=** | Number of standard deviations above or below the mean |

## Tel Aviv Value At Risk Peers Comparison

## Tel Value At Risk Relative To Other Indicators

Tel Aviv 35 cannot be rated in Value At Risk category at this point. It cannot be rated in Maximum Drawdown category at this point. .

Value At Risk is used by risk managers in order to measure and control the level of risk which the firm undertakes. The risk manager job is to ensure that risks are not taken beyond the level at which the firm can absorb the losses of a probable worst outcome. VAR can be defined as the loss level that will not be exceeded with a certain confidence level during a certain period of time.

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