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Annualized return

The return on investment calculated on a full-year basis, meaning increasing the rate if held less than one year, or reducing the rate if held for more than one year.

Additional Comments:

For example, if you return 10% in one month, that equates to 120% annualized return.

You multiply 10 by 12, being the number of months in the year.

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