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, Legal Editing (Part Time) at Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India (1999-present)

CAGR ie compounded annual growth rate of a mutual fund scheme depicts the performance of a mutual fund over a period of time ie 3 years 5 years 7years 10 years etc. It assumes that any gain made in a particular year are re-deployed in the fund .

Whereas absolute return of a fund means return generated in a single year.

CAGR is used to gauge the performance of a fund over a longer period of time. The more consistent the returns the less volatile the fund is .

An investment in a mutual fund can be based on CAGR returns.The more the CAGR the better the fund is.

Whereas absolute return only depicts returns in a single year on the sole basis of which investment is not advisable…

Can you explain the different returns mentioned in the discussions of mutual funds like absolute return, annualized return, CAGR, trailing ret…

How do I get 15 percent CAGR returns every year in mutual funds?

What is significance of CAGR in mutual funds?

Does CAGR increase over the years in mutual funds?

Can you explain the different returns mentioned in the discussions of mutual funds like absolute return, annualized return, CAGR, trailing ret…

How do I get 15 percent CAGR returns every year in mutual funds?

What is significance of CAGR in mutual funds?

Does CAGR increase over the years in mutual funds?

Which mutual funds have been giving 20%-25% (CAGR) returns lately?

How much will be my fund value after 3 years and 5 years if I do a lump sum investment of 1 crore in mutual funds assuming that the CAGR is 12…

Which mutual fund in India can give a CAGR of 25% in the next 35 years?

Does report the CAGR value to indicate the return offered by mutual funds?

Is CAGR used to calculate SIP returns in mutual funds?

Why mutual funds (especially the index funds) share only AAGR and not CAGR in their prospectus? Where can we get their CAGR for different time…

How do we calculate the CAGR for SIP investments in mutual funds?

Can you explain the different returns mentioned in the discussions of mutual funds like absolute return, annualized return, CAGR, trailing ret…

How do I get 15 percent CAGR returns every year in mutual funds?

What is significance of CAGR in mutual funds?

Does CAGR increase over the years in mutual funds?

Which mutual funds have been giving 20%-25% (CAGR) returns lately?