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What is a tear-sheet and what should a user focus on
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July 2024 · 5 min read

Tear-sheets explained


Tear-sheets are commonly used to represent graphical performance and summary statistics of a strategy. These can either be high-level sheets for an investment strategy or a deep-dive with a granular low-level report.

Show me with a simple tear-sheet

Keeping things concise can be very helpful and avoid any paralysis by analysis. We believe what most beginner investors care about are three things

  • what return should I hope to achieve with this strategy
  • how much risk does this strategy take
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