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Quantitative Eval

Quantitative Evaluation Measurements

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Used to calculate the estimated return of an investment Expected Return
Return that has been adjusted for inflation Real Return
Rate of return calculated over the period of time an investor owns the security Holding Period Return
Annual interest divided by the current market price Current Yield
Return that includes an investments income and capital appreciation over a 1 year period Total Return
A bonds return if held until the principal is repaid Yield to Maturity
Used to calculate what $1000 would be worth if held 10 years at 8% Future Value
Determined by dividing the difference between a security's actual return and the risk-free rate by its standard deviation Risk-Adjusted Rate of Return
Calculated from cash flows of a specific investment Internal Rate of Return
How much an investor must invest today to result in a retirement fund of $1 million in 20 years Present Value
Toughest test of a company's liquidity Quick Ratio
Theoretical liquidating value per share Debt-to-equity Ratio
Sometimes called working capital ratio Current Ratio
Created by: daspackard