Beta Templates

Browse the collection of Beta Templates and download the Excel files to start performing your own analysis. Use these examples as a way to perform your own work more quickly, by building on the examples from other professionals.
Equity Beta and Asset Beta Conversion Excel Model Template Equity Beta and Asset Beta Conversion Excel Model Template
Unlevered beta (also referred to as asset beta) is the company’s beta score without taking into account the debt that…
Beta Excel Calculator Beta Excel Calculator
This Beta Excel Calculator template is great tool to measure the volatility of an individual stock/portfolio relative to the volatility…
Portfolio Beta Template Portfolio Beta Template
This portfolio beta template is used to determine the weighted average beta of the stocks in your stock portfolio. Beta…
Achieve greater diversification in your asset allocation by using this tool to calculate the correlation coefficient between any two variables, including…
Kanban Board Kanban Board
The Kanban board tool is developed in Excel VBA as an application. The ability to create tasks, projects and add…

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What is Beta?

Beta is a measure of an asset/portfolio returns sensitivity when compared to the markets return. In other words it gives you a measure on how an asset’s return will be similar to that of the market. The beta templates in this marketplace are great tools in assisting you with the calculation of Beta.

The beta coefficient can be interpreted as follows:

β =1 exactly as volatile as the market
β >1 more volatile than the market
β <1>0 less volatile than the market
β =0 uncorrelated to the market
β <0 negatively correlated to the market

The following video has further information on the Beta Coefficient:

Beta and CAPM

Beta is also used as a measure of risk and is an integral part of the Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM). A company with a lower beta typically has lower risk but also has lower expected returns. The Capital Asset Pricing Model (CAPM) is a model that describes the relationship between expected return and risk of investing in a security. It shows that the expected return on a security is equal to the risk-free return plus a risk premium, which is based on the beta of that security. Check out the Catalog of Beta Templates and Tools to take your financial analyst skills to the next level.