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Suppose the inflation expectations are a constant 2 percent, what are the expected real interest rates for each one year period in the future?
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Profit is the goal of investing. Measuring profit or return seems like a straightforward process, but there are differences in return measures depending on your investment approach.
This video is part 1 of our Portfolio Series, where we’ll look at the major return measures and their uses.
1. Holding Period Return
It is the percentage increase in the value of an investment over a given time. It is used to measure the total return on an asset (more likely a portfolio) over the period it was held. It’s simple to calculate if you’re familiar with the concept of percentages, and yes, it is expressed as a percentage.
Holding period return = (end of period value/beginning of period value) – 1
We will modify the end of period value. Say, we are investing in stocks so we need to cater for dividend income.
HPR = (Pt + Divt)/P0 - 1
HPR = (Pt - P0 + Divt)/ P0
Pt = End of Period Value
Divt = Dividend at time t
P0 = Beginning of Period Value
For example, a stock is valued at $25 at the beginning. Say we’re calculating the return for one year holding period, so after a year the stock is valued at $28, and pays $2 dividend as well. Its holding period return will be;
HPR = ($28 - $25 + $2)/$25 = 5/25 = 1/5 = 20%
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2. Average Returns
This is probably the one everyone’s familiar with. As the name suggests, it is the simple average of a series of periodic returns. It’s also known as the arithmetic mean return. You calculate it by adding up all the numbers in the series, and then dividing by the total number in the series.
Arithmetic mean return = (R1 + R2+ R3+ R4… + Rn)/n
3. geometric mean return, In comparison to arithmetic mean, it is compounded annually, and it is calculated as follows;
Geometric mean return = n√(1 + R1) x (1 + R2) x (1 + R3) x (1 + R4) x… x (1 + Rn) – 1
A key difference between the arithmetic and the geometric mean return is that in case the periodic rates of return vary then the geometric mean return will be less than the arithmetic mean return.
Let’s understand this through an example;
An investor buys $2000 of ETF shares, the fund had total returns for the three year period as; +6%, -7%, +13%.
Let’s calculate the holding period return, mean annual return and the geometric mean annual return;
To find the holding period return we need to find the ending value of the investment;
End Value = ($2000) (1.06) (0.93) (1.13) = $2227.9
Now, the holding period return will be
HPR = (2227.9 – 2000)/2000 = 0.1139 = 11.39%
Arithmetic mean return = (6% -7% +13%) / 3 = 4%
Geometric mean return = 3√ (1.06) (0.93) (1.13) – 1 = 3√1.113954 - 1
= 1.03662677 – 1 = 0.03662677 = 3.66%
As shown by the numbers, this is generally the case, the arithmetic mean return is greater than the geometric mean.
Number 4, the money weighed rate of return. It’s is a little different as it measures the internal rate of return of a portfolio by accounting for cash outflows and inflows. Simply put, it is the discount rate at which the
NPV = 0
or the present value of inflows = present value of outflows
To calculate this, you need to establish the cash inflows and outflows. For example what you invest in the beginning, and any other cash deposits you make subsequently would be your cash inflows, while any cash withdrawals, interests, dividends and the ending value will be treated as cash outflows.
The real reason behind categorizing cash flows as such is because the calculation is from the perspective of the portfolio manager.
Let’s understand this with an example. Say, you buy a share of a company for $90 at t = 0, at the end of the year (t = 1), you buy an additional share for $80. Now, at the end of the second year that would be t = 2, you sell both shares for $95 each. Also, while you were holding the shares, at the end of each year the company paid $2.5 dividend per share.
So how do we calculate the money weighed rate of return?
Step 1: first we need to establish the timings as well as classification whether it was a cash inflow or cash outflow;
So, following the rules I just mentioned…
At t = 0, bought the 1st share = $90 cash inflow
At t = 1, bought the 2nd share = $80 cash inflow
Dividend from the 1st share = -$2.5
Subtotal at t = 1 $77.5 cash inflow to the account
At t = 2: Dividend from the two shares = -$5
Proceeds from selling shares = -$190
Subtotal, t = 2 -$195 outflow from account
Step 2
Set the present value of cash inflow equal to the present value of cash outflow after netting the cash flows for each time period;
PV (inflow) = PV (outflow)
$90 + $77.5 / (1+r) = 195 / (1+r)2
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