February 10, 2015

Dominic Choo asked 6 years ago

For example, assuming a mutual fund is distributing dividend 6% of current owned value. Next year, the same % of dividend is given. So I can say that the mutual fund is giving compound interest of 6% annually for 2 years. How does stock work in such way? Thanks.

Question Tags: compound interest, investment return

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