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If you're not wedded to mutual-funds, crypto has become mainstream, and is experiencing solid growth this time, without the ICO mania of 2017. Presumably you're new to crypto. A very safe way to start is to look at crypto reputable exchanges that allow staking (for example Coinbase and Kraken. You'll get an interest rate in addition to the underlying asset ...


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Answer above by Grade "Eh" Bacon is misleading. The "Annual Return" of a stock, as often reported by index or fund companies, is calculated based on the principal of Compound Annual Growth Rate. This calculation only uses 3 values - Your stock purchase price, stock sale price and the number of years you held the stock. In other words, the ...


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The top chart is the share price of the fund. The bottom chart reflects what would happen if you reinvested dividends. In this case, the overwhelming majority of the fund's gains have been distributed as dividends. From the fund's page, there is a link to TD's graphing tool where you can experiment with, among other things, whether dividends were ...


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