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Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR)
June 07 , 2012

Put simply - Compounded Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) is the yearly returns your assets make. Its computation in a big portfolio can get complex; but if you arrive at this number yourself or using our tools, it is easy to make sense of whether your assets are earning you good returns or not. After this, your intuition is usually correct – anything less than 5-6% is usually poor, 6-10% is decent, and anything above that is great!

CAGR is really the speedometer of your financial life. If too low, you are going to take forever to get anywhere. This happens when you, say, let surplus money lie in the bank account, or are misled by agents into making poor investments. Generally you aim for a moderate to high value. But if too high, it means you are taking undue risk and could end up with an accident.

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