rates of return

profit planning
June 29, 2019
Savings for Retirement
June 29, 2019

Calculating rates of return The S&P stock index represents a portfolio comprised of 500 large publicly traded companies. On December 24, 2007, the index had a value of 1,410 and on December 24, 2008 the index was approximately 871. If the average divided paid on the stocks in the index is approximately 3.5 percent of the value of the index at the beginning of the year , what id the rate of return on the S&P index 

The rate of return on the S&P 500 is ? percent round to two decimals

What is your assessment of the relative riskiness of investing in a single stock such as Google, compared to investing in the S&P index?

a. In general , investing in the S&P index is riskier than investing in a single stock.

b. In general investing in a single stock has the same relative riskiness as investing in the S&P index

c.. There is not enough information given to answer this question

d. In general investing in a single stock is riskier than investing in the S&P index

 
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