Realized return

Realized return

The return that is actually earned over a given time period.

Realized Gain

The amount by which the sale price of an asset exceeds its purchase price. Unless the realized gain came from a tax-exempt or tax-deferred asset, it is taxable. However, the type of taxation to which it is subject varies according to how long the asset has been owned. A realized gain from an asset owned longer than one year is usually taxed at the capital gains rate, while an asset owned for a period shorter than a year is often subject to the higher income tax rate. It is also called the recognized gain. See also: Unrealized gain.
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5 million and $6 million when it implemented the system a decade ago, according to clinic officials, and realized return on the initial investment within five years.
The difference between this required return rate and the realized return rate for apartments for a one-year time period is--2.
RETBND4 is a four-quarter moving average of the ex post realized return on bond funds;
Arguing that the appropriate benchmark is not zero, but rather the realized return on several easily replicated currency strategies (Carry, Trend, Value and Volatility), Professor Levich and Mr.
This realized return is a clear indication of the viability of investing in inner cities.
The Cleantech Emerging Enterprise of the Year is awarded to a company, or its CEO, that experienced rapid growth and/or provided a high realized return to investors in 2006 by bringing a truly disruptive clean technology or business model to market.
Gene Podsiadlo, CEO and founder of Financial Foundry, explained, "We are calling BidFund a Realized Return Fund because it is designed to produce an investment return first, and then offer customers the ability to participate in that realized return through an auction process.
Within months, the company realized return on its initial investment in launching IST Backup, generated new leads and enjoyed an uptake in its traditional business as relationships with small business customers deepened.
We can offer clients a significant time-to-market advantage consisting of a complete solution that will be easy to customize and maintain - resulting in a low total cost of ownership (TCO) and a quickly realized return on investment (ROI)," said Cynthia Maxwell, Director of Worldwide Marketing Programs.
Offsetting these positive rating factors are the company's above-average underwriting leverage, below-average realized return on invested assets and limited product diversity in a highly competitive commercial market.
In particular, I will allow for heterogeneity in both abilities, and in realized returns to human capital over a life-cycle.