Horizon return

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Horizon return

Total return over a given horizon.

Horizon Return

A discounted, total return on an investment or portfolio over a given time frame, called a horizon. For example, one might calculate the return on an investment over its first year or first five years, etc. See also: Horizon analysis.
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Despite the short term swing, the ten and twenty year horizon returns remained constant for venture capital for the period ending 03/31/2005 at 25.
As the figure shows, uncertainty about predictable returns cuts the increase in stock allocation from one to ten years in half In addition to the positive correlation of returns due to learning about their mean mentioned above, uncertainty about the true amount of predictability adds to the risk (including parameter risk) of longer horizon returns.
Venture Economics' US Private Equity Performance Index (PEPI) Investment Horizon Returns as of 06/30/2001 Calculation Type: Pooled IRR 3 6 1 3 5 10 20 Fund Type Months Months Year Year Year Year Year Early/Seed -3.
The ten and twenty year horizon returns for venture capital for the period ending 12/31/2004 were 26.
The five-, ten- and twenty-year horizon returns for venture capital in the quarter were 10.
For the first time since Venture Economics began tracking private equity performance in 1969, one-year horizon returns for all venture capital funds shattered prior year records, achieving a 146.