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Subject:  Re: Calculating Annualized Return Date:  2/4/2006  7:13 PM
Author:  hildy Number:  1653 of 2244

If you have an investment for 3 months and make a 10% profit, what is the annualized return?
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CAGR =(End Value/Start Value)^(1/No. of Years)-1

YBD* 0.25 Price: $Change %Gain
start date: 12/31/2004 $100.00
end date: 3/31/2005 $110.00 $10.00 10.00%
CAGR 46.41%
*months 3.00
*weeks 13.04
*days 91

YBD =YEARFRAC(B25,B26)

CAGR =(C26/C25)^(1/B24)-1


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