Rolling Returns

Returns are generally understood as point-to-point returns, which consider returns between two dates, say now and the same date last year. This ignores everything that happens in between. Rolling Returns on the other hand considers point-to-point returns every day – today to last year; the day before to the day before in the last year etc. This is done over several years and is then averaged. This tells a better story of how the returns performed.

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