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There are a number of different methods of calculating investment return, depending on what you’re trying to measure. Perhaps the most basic is total return, which is simply an investment’s ending balance expressed as a percent of its beginning balance. Total return includes capital appreciation and income components; it assumes all income distributions are reinvested. To annualize total return, you’ll need to calculate the compound annual return, which generally requires using a financial calculator. It’s important to keep in mind that you need a greater percentage gain after a losing year in order to break even on your investment.
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