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Trailing and Rolling Return: Is there any difference between them?

swati11 on Finance - Rolling returns are the average annualized returns of your every daily/weekly/monthly returns, and Trailing returns are the returns of mutual funds such as 1 year, 3 years, and 5 years. Read the article to know more
As an investor, you all must prefer the data of historical returns before investing in the mutual funds. But did you know that you can measure your returns in more than one way?

There are two ways through which you can evaluate the performance of your mutual funds from the historical data in the current market, in terms of returns on investments:

Trailing Returns
Rolling Returns
These are the two methods to evaluate your mutual fund performance in the current market. You must be wondering how these methods work and what they are? Let’s walk you through them step by step by taking examples of some mutual funds.

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