When talking about residential property, people sometimes throw around the idea that over the very long-term aggregate home prices can't rise faster than aggregate income. i.e. even if for a while ...
Assuming log-return is defined by the log of the price today divided by the price yesterday. Does knowing this single piece of information (the average log-return of a stock over a long period of ...
What historical compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) have the major markets provided? Data as far back as has been recorded is preferable. Specifically I'm looking for returns of: Short-term, ...
In the last few days I've stumbled upon two-year-old editorials like this one and this one stating "as a regulated utility, publicly traded [PG&E] shareholders benefit from a guaranteed 11.35 ...
I am considering a small investment to get started with. What percent rate of return is considered to be good return on investments made in a stock market? I read somewhere that 25-30% is considered ...
Is there a simple term to describe the non commutative property of decreasing and increasing a value by some X percentage?
I.e., $100 decreased by 20% requires an increase of (1/(1-0.2))-1) to return to $100. Is there a simple name that refers to this?
I understand how to calculate the Annualized return on a stock when I have single purchase ie (principal + gain/principal) ^ (365/days) - 1 but how is it calculated when I have multiple buys and ...
How to calculate the rate of return on selling a stock?