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Old 05-23-2014, 07:42 AM   #21
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To further confuse you, if you have earned 1.463% YTD, your annualized return is 3.55%.

You can obtain this by using (((1.01463^2.4) - 1) *100) % where 2.4 is the number of time periods per year of your return time period. (5 months)
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Old 05-23-2014, 01:25 PM   #22
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I have an annuity with them since I got stuck in one and transferred it to them (Okay different subject lol). Anyhow, under my accounts I click on the annuity and it goes to to current balances and there's a tab that says "balances compared to year-end". It shows me my YTD gains.
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I have an annuity with them since I got stuck in one and transferred it to them (Okay different subject lol). Anyhow, under my accounts I click on the annuity and it goes to to current balances and there's a tab that says "balances compared to year-end". It shows me my YTD gains.
Gains for all accounts combined? That is what I am looking for.
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