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I am sorry, my calculation of 7.6% growth per year for a growth of 44.25% in somewhat more than 8 years is wrong of course (4.5% yearly growth is right). Still, I do not understand, why this fund has grown annually around 14.8% since 2003 but only 4.5% on average since 2000. Thanks for answers. Xanaka.
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