Arithmetic Average Rate of Return

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Arithmetic Average Rate of Return

The rate of return on an investment that is calculated by taking the total cash inflow over the life of the investment and dividing it by the number of years in the life of the investment. The average rate of return does not guarantee that the cash inflows are the same in a given year; it simply guarantees that the return averages out to the average rate.
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Hunt, in the same category as Arkansas Best, posted five-year average return on capital of 10.5 percent.
Exhibit 1 shows that the average return of the selected stocks over the period was -5.07%.
The average return on capital dropped from 6.3% in 1998-99 to a meagre 4.1% in 2000-01.
The average return on equity at those companies came to 2.3%, up from 0.4%.
The Experian corporate health check found the average return on capital was 16.06percent in the last three months of 1999, up from 14.86per cent in 1998.
data - stocks have earned an average return of about 8 percent over Treasury bills, with a standard deviation of about 16 percent.
Average return journey price to central London based on a weekly season ticket**: [pounds sterling]10.63
To illustrate, let's say you have three stocks in your portfolio that are equally allocated, namely, San Miguel Corp., which has a five-year historical average return of +20 percent; BDO, +10.7 percent; and D and L Industries, +24 percent.
Ponder this: while the average return for an investor in a stock mutual fund is 10 percent a year, the average return for investors is more like 4 percent.
The fund topped this category by achieving returns of 15.08% in 2018, compared to an average return of 14.01% to similar funds.
A new report shows the average return on net worth for California workers' compensation insurers rose to 9.9 percent in 2017, the fourth consecutive increase.
Organizations are ranked based upon performance on the following metrics: Five Year Average Return on Average Equity, Five Year Average Return on, Average Assets, Five Year Average Return on Total Revenue, Five Year Growth in Revenue, Five Year Growth in Surplus.