compound return

compound return

The annual rate of return earned on an investment in which dividends or interest are reinvested at the same annual rate of return.
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Average Annual Total Return on NAV is the annual compound return for the five-year period.
Since inception on November 1, 2011, the Fund s class A units have had an annualized compound return of 10.
The GSCI Light Energy index produced a compound return of just 3.
pounds 100,000 invested for 20 years at a compound return of eight per cent is worth pounds 466,095.
Over the 10 years to 30 April 2009, Stenham Trading has delivered a compound return of 9.
Over the 10 years to 30 April 2009, Stenham Trading (US$) has delivered a compound return of 9.
By the time the fired was wound up it had amassed an annual compound return of 11.
Each deal was constructed so that a compound return of 40 per cent is achieved over three years, provided that each company meets its financial forecast.
If the plan indicates that you need an annual compound return of 18 percent to reach your goal, then obviously an aggressive (and volatile) investment strategy is required.
As of November 1999, the club members enjoyed an annual compound return of 42% on their investments.
On the other hand, average annual compound return actually can be lower than average return if, over the designated period (say five years), the early years experienced little gain or even a loss, and the latter years did much better.
The salaries of the California executives exceeded these standards and were equivalent to a compound return on their original investment well in excess of 60 percent.