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When looking at a Fund facts and specifically at the Historical performance of the fund, if it reads "performance as of April 30, 2017" and it shows me how the fund did in the last month = 1.78, 3 Months = 5.50, 6 months = 9.11, 1 yr = 16.45, 2 yr = 6.14 (numbers are from the TD Comfort Aggressive Growth Portfolio) . Is it fair to assume that the 2 yr = 6.14 is how much the fund has grown if I held the money in it for the last 2 years, or is that the average annual amount it has made in the last 2 years? so example, if I put 100 in to the account 2 years ago, can I assume if I held on to it today it would be worth around 106.14? or would it be worth more? thanks for your time.
June 2, 2017 02:31:46 PM
In reply to Mario, Toronto
Thanks for visiting us at TD Helps, Mario!
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Customer Service Team, Mount Laurel
June 2, 2017 02:32:15 PM