Annual Turnover is the lesser of purchases or sales for the trailing 12 months divided by the portfolio's average trailing 13-month net asset values.
Price/Book Ratio is the weighted harmonic average of the price/book ratios of the stocks in the portfolio, which are the stocks’ most recent closing prices divided by their book value per share.
Price/Earnings Ratio is the weighted harmonic average of the price/earnings ratios of the stocks in the portfolio, which are the stocks’ most recent closing prices divided by their earnings per share over the trailing 12 months.
Return on Equity is the portfolios total net income less cash preferred dividends divided by the portfolio's total common equity.
Tracking Error is the standard deviation of residual returns, which are the differences between fund's projected returns and the index's projected returns. Tracking error measures the degree of dispersion of fund returns around the index. Generally, the higher the tracking risk, the greater the active bets the manager has taken.
Beta is a measure of the volatility of a fund relative to its benchmark index. A beta greater (less) than 1 is more (less) volatile than the index.