T period holding period return

• The percentage return over the T-year period an investment lasts.


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After tax real rate of return
Annualized holding period return
Arithmetic average mean rate of return
Arithmetic mean return
Average accounting return
Average collection period
Average payment period
Average rate of return
Cash discount period
Compounding period
Credit period
Cumulative abnormal return
Discount period
Discounted payback period rule
Dollar return
Dollar weighted rate of return
Evaluation period
Ex post return
Exante return
Excess return on the market portfolio
Expected excess return
Expected future return
Expected return
Expected return beta relationship
Expected return on investment
Expected value of a return
Geometric mean return
Holding company
Holding period
Holding period return
Holding period return/yield
Horizon return
Implied return
Incremental internal rate of return
Interest impact on accumulation of 1 per period
Interest impact on present value of ordinary annuity of 1 per period
Internal rate of return
Internal rate of return approach
Internal rate of return irr
Leveraged required return
Life annuity with period certain
Market return
Market risk return function
Money rate of return
Multiple rates of return
Net period
Neutral period
Payback period
Period certain
Portfolio internal rate of return
Potential total return
Promised return
Rate of return
Rate of return ratios
Real rate of return
Real return bonds
Realized return
Recovery period
Regulation t
Required return
Return on assets
Return on equity
Return on investment
Return on total assets
Return to maturity expectations
Risk adjusted return
Risk return tradeoff
Safety net return
Subperiod return
T bill
T bond
T note
T+1 or t plus 1
T+n or t plus n
Time weighted rate of return
Total dollar return
Total rate of return
Unleveraged required return
Waiting period
Workout period

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