Evaluate based on the following: a. Standard deviation Standard deviation measures the dispersion of a set of data from the mean or average. A stock with a higher standard deviation has a more significant price range and indicates higher volatility as compared to a stock with a low standard deviation. b. Sharpe ratio This ratio measures the risk-adjusted return of a portfolio. Portfolio with a higher Sharpe ratio is considered better. c. R-Square R-Square shows the how much percentage of fund's profit are in line with the benchmark returns. The value of R-Square lies between 0 and 1 and is reflected as a percentage from 0% to 100%. If the R value is higher, then the beta figure will be more useful.