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## How do you measure investment performance?

Since you hold investments for different periods of time, the best way to compare their performance is by looking **at their annualized percent return**. For example, you had a $620 total return on a $2,000 investment over three years. So, your total return is 31 percent. Your annualized return is 9.42 percent.

## What is the formula to calculate performance?

**Divide the gain or loss by the original price of the investment** to calculate the performance expressed as a decimal. In this example, you would divide -$200 by $1,500 to get -0.1333.

## How is investment calculated?

You may calculate the return on investment using the formula: **ROI = Net Profit / Cost of the investment * 100** If you are an investor, the ROI shows you the profitability of your investments. If you invest your money in mutual funds, the return on investment shows you the gain from your mutual fund schemes.

## How is personal investment performance calculated?

Personal Investment Performance (PIP) is a measurement of the performance of YOUR entire account for the time you were invested in the plan during the statement period. PIP is calculated based **on the performance of your investments during that period**, taking into account your activity among investments.

## What is investment performance analysis?

Investment performance is **the return on an investment portfolio**. The investment portfolio can contain a single asset or multiple assets. The investment performance is measured over a specific period of time and in a specific currency. Investors often distinguish different types of return.

## How do you calculate performance index?

The Cost Performance Index (CPI) is a method for calculating the cost efficiency and financial effectiveness of a specific project through the following formula: **CPI = earned value (EV) / actual cost (AC)**. A CPI ratio with a value higher than 1 indicates that a project is performing well budget-wise.

## What does 30% ROI mean?

A ROI figure of 30% from one store looks better than one of 20% from another for example. The 30% though may be over three years as opposed to the 20% from just the one, thus **the one year investment** obviously is the better option.

## How do you calculate initial investment?

Initial investment is the amount required to start a business or a project. It is also called initial investment outlay or simply initial outlay. It **equals capital expenditures plus working capital requirement plus after-tax proceeds from assets disposed off** or available for use elsewhere.