Question

Ten annual returns are listed in the following table: negative 19.9% 16.9% 17.7% negative 49.7% 43.1% 1.9% negative 16.7% 46.3% 44.5% negative 3.2%

a. What is the arithmetic average return over the 10-year period?

b. What is the geometric average return over the 10-year period?

c. If you invested $100 at the beginning, how much would you have at the end?

Answer #1

Ten annual returns are listed in the following table: negative
19.1−19.1% 16.916.9% 18.418.4% negative 49.7−49.7% 43.743.7%
1.91.9% negative 16.2−16.2% 46.446.4% 44.944.9% negative
3.3−3.3% a. What is the arithmetic average return over the
10-year period? b. What is the geometric average return over the
10-year period? c. If you invested $100 at the beginning, how
much would you have at the end?
round answers to 4 decimal points

Ten annual returns are listed in the following table: negative
19.5−19.5% 16.916.9% 18.318.3% negative 49.8−49.8% 43.843.8%
1.51.5% negative 16.9−16.9% 45.545.5% 44.844.8% negative
3.7−3.7% a. What is the arithmetic average return over the
10-year period? b. What is the geometric average return over the
10-year period? c. If you invested $100 at the beginning, how
much would you have at the end? round to five decimal places

Ten annual returns are listed in the following? table:
?19.5?%
16.9?%
18.1?%
?49.3?%
43.3?%
1.8?%
?16.6?%
46.4?%
44.6?%
?3.9?%
a. What is the arithmetic average return over
the? 10-year period?
b. What is the geometric average return over
the? 10-year period?
c. If you invested? $100 at the? beginning, how
much would you have at the? end?

Ten annual returns are listed in the following table: -19.5%
16.3% 17.9% -49.3% 43.5% 1.6% -16.7% 46.2% 44.8% -3.4%
a. What is the arithmetic average return over the 10-year
period?
b. What is the geometric average return over the 10-year period?
The geometric average return over the 10-year period is (round to
4 decimal places)
c. If you invested $100 at the beginning, how much would you have
at the end? (round to four decimal places)

Ten annual returns are listed in the following table:
−19.8 %
16.1 %
17.9 %
−49.9 %
43.9 %
1.1 %
−16.9 %
45.6 %
44.8 %
−3.5 %
a. What is the arithmetic average return over the 10-year
period? (Round to four decimal places.)
b. What is the geometric average return over
the 10-year period? (Round to four decimal places.)
c. If you invested $100 at the beginning, how
much would you have at the end?

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the last four years.
a) What is the arithmetic average return for the stock over the
last four years?
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four years?
c) What is the geometric average return for the stock over the
last four years?
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1. Using the data in the table to the right,
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December 31. Prices are after the dividend has been paid.
Date Price Dividend
1/2/03 $32.24 -
2/5/03 $30.91 $0.19
5/14/03 $30.98 $0.18
8/13/03 $32.83 $0.17
11/12/03 $39.42 $0.18
1/2/04 $40.14 -
What is the return for the entire period? (round to two decimal
places)
2. Ten annual returns are listed in the
following table:
−19.6%
16.8%
18.2%
−49.6%...

The annual returns on the stock of a firm during the last four
years are provided below.
___________________________________
Year Return
___________________________________
2016
–0.10 (or –10%)
2017
0.10 (or 10%)
2018
0.15 (or 15%)
2019
0.25 (or 25%)
__________________________________
a) Find the holding period return of the stock over the
four-year period.
b) Compute the arithmetic average return of the stock over the
four-year period.
c) Calculate the geometric average return of the...

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years are provided below.
___________________________________
Year Return
___________________________________
2016
–0.10 (or –10%)
2017
0.10 (or 10%)
2018
0.15 (or 15%)
2019
0.25 (or 25%)
__________________________________
a) Find the holding period return of the stock over the
four-year period.
b) Compute the arithmetic average return of the stock over the
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Here are the total returns for the S&P500 for the first ten
years of this century. Assume you invested $1 in the S&P500 on
January 1, 2001. Your first year's return was -11.85%.
Year
Return
2001
-11.85%
2002
-21.97%
2003
28.36%
2004
10.74%
2005
4.83%
2006
15.61%
2007
5.48%
2008
-36.55%
2009
26.94%
2010
18.00%
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