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Abbreviation for antigen-antibody reaction.
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The objective of the company is to earn a 8 to 10 percent average annual return on its investment activities.
Your retirement nest egg at age 70 after investing $6,Q00/year for 18 years beginning at age 40 (assuming an average annual return of 8%).
Stock in Walt Disney (NYSE: DIS) has rewarded shareholders with a 16 percent average annual return over the past 30 years, and the company is actually picking up steam, averaging 26% gains over the past five years.
To calculate the Sharpe ratios, information was needed for the average annual return for each mutual fund throughout the period analysed.
The table below lists the average annual return earned from 1926 to today on several types of investments.
From 1964 through 2012, the average annual return of the S and P 500 Index has been 11 percent but the average return when an American is on the cover is 11.8 percent, compared with 10.7 percent when a non-American appears.
"A concerted team effort through the lean times and leading up to the sale allowed Griffin Capital to return to its investors over 167% of their originally invested equity, which translates to an average annual return exceeding 13%," said Michael Escalante, chief investment officer at Griffin Capital, in a statement.E Oct 29, 2012
Looking back over 20 years from the present, for instance, the average annual return on the S&P equals 8.6%.
For the past 10 years, participating foundations reported an average annual return of 5.2 percent, little changed from the average of 5.1 percent reported last year.
Over the last three years, these have given an average annual return of 11 per cent, with returns from individual funds varying from 0.5 per cent to 20 per cent.
"We are in the 12th year of a bull market for gold, and it has an average annual return is 18 per cent per year," said John Corcoran, Oppenheimer Funds vice-president, who specialises in gold and precious metals.
apart from the British pound bet, soros is also famous for running the Quantum Fund, which generated an average annual return of more than 30 per cent while he was at the helm.

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