Decile rank

Decile rank

Performance over time, rated on a scale of 1-10. 1 indicates that a mutual fund's return is in the top 10% of funds being compared; while 3 means the return is in the top 30%.

Decile Rank

In funds and securities, measure of performance on a scale of 1 to 10. A rank of 1 indicates that the fund or security performed in the top 10% of similar funds or securities, while a rank of 10 indicates performance in the bottom 10%. See also: Decile.
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All independent variables are decile rank variables ranging from 0 to 1, with 0 being the lowest rank.
The higher the final decile rank, the more likely this firm-year is misclassified.
The broadest awards are given to the fund families with the lowest average decile rank of the three-years' consistent return measure of the eligible funds per asset class and group.
2003a, b), mean values of the EOLEI by decile, and a decile rank variable that takes values from 1 to 10 corresponding the decile grouping of HRRs by the value of the EOLEI.
We then compare the return on the lowest decile rank portfolio (labeled "High BEME" and which includes the firms with the highest BEME ratio) to the highest decile rank portfolio (labeled "Low BEME").
Portfolios are formed as follows: For each year from 1973 to 1997, we calculate the scaled decile rank for accruals and SG for each firm.
Public relations specialists' fourth earnings decile rank in New Orleans matched their national rank, but fashion designers' sixth earnings decile rank is several deciles lower than their second earnings decile rank nationally.
For example, Panel A of Table I indicates that if the decile rank of the relative rate increases by 1, on average, issuance decreases by $361 million in a month.
As in Abarbanell and Bushee (1998), we replace the value of each variable by its scaled decile rank, varying from 0 to 9.
To measure the economic significance of the results, we replicate the cross-sectional Fama-MacBeth (1973) regressions after transforming all of the independent variables into decile ranks and then standardize these ranks to take values between zero and one.
The occupations' local decile ranks were compared to their national decile ranks.
Similar to the baseline regression, all the independent variables were transformed into decile ranks scaled by nine.