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Rank the following three stocks by their total risk level, highest to lowest. Night Ryder has an average return of 12 percent and a standard deviation of 33 percent. The average return and standard deviation of WholeMart are 13 percent and 40 percent, and Fruit Fly is 18 percent and 35 percent.

 
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