What has the average annual return been for A over the past ten years?
The ten year A average annual return has been 19.97% with dividends reinvested.
When you say 'with dividends reinvested' what does that mean?
That means that each time the stock goes ex-dividend, the average annual return calculation then factors in how that dividend amount could have been reinvested into more shares of A at the then-current price — often this is referred to as 'compounding' and is very important when considering average annual return over a long period like a full decade.
What start date was used in your A average annual return calculation?
The start date was 12/06/2011.
What end date was used in your A average annual return calculation?
The end date was 12/03/2021.
If I had invested $10,000 into A ten years ago, how much would I have today?
With dividends reinvested, as of 12/03/2021, you would have $61,762.74.
What does that work out to on a total return basis?
The A ten year total return ending 12/03/2021 works out to 517.51%.
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