Forbes  Oct 24  Comment 
By Rabbi Irwin Kula and Craig Hatkoff
Market Intelligence Center  Oct 24  Comment 
Pier 1 Imports Inc. (PIR) presents a trading opportunity that offers a 10.50% return in just 238 days. A covered call on Pier 1 Imports at the $12.00 level expiring on Jun. '15 offers an assigned return rate of 10.50% or 16.10% annualized. This...
Market Intelligence Center  Oct 24  Comment 
After closing Thursday at $22.36, MGM MIRAGE (MGM) presents an attractive opportunity to get a 7.53% return in just 147 days, which is an annualized return of 18.69% (for comparison purposes only). To enter this trade, sell one Mar. '15 $22.00...
Reuters  Oct 24  Comment 
After months of focus on slack in U.S. labour markets, the Federal Reserve faces a new challenge: the possibility that weak inflation may be so firmly entrenched it upends the return to normal monetary policy.
Wall Street Journal  Oct 23  Comment 
Credit Suisse saw some big steps forward in its fixed income trading and wealth management businesses in the third quarter, but better returns for shareholders are a way off.
New York Times  Oct 23  Comment 
The return of many of those who experienced foreclosures or short sales in the economic downturn could influence the housing market.
Clusterstock  Oct 22  Comment 
All eight Ivy League universities have officially announced their endowment returns for the past fiscal year — Yale has the highest with 20.2% return and Harvard has the lowest with 15.4% return. A university's endowment is typically invested...
Times Online  Oct 22  Comment 
Ched Evans, the footballer convicted of raping a woman in a hotel room, has vowed to clear his name and...



To bring back. Earnings, yield, and profits, are usually paid in the form of interest, dividends, and capital appreciation, on the original principal, although other perks may be involved.

An investor entrusts someone else with their capital, in hopes of it coming back. In essence you are putting money in their vest pocket (investments), so that assets will come back in your pocket. Assets return money to your pocket. [1] Total return is when the change in value of an investment over a given period, assuming reinvestment of any dividends and capital gain distributions, expressed as a percentage of the initial investment. [2] The total return includes dividends, capital gains distributions, and the increase in the net asset value of the property. [2]

14c "to come back, act of coming back;" 16c a yield, a profit [3]


  1. Rich Dad Poor Dad Robert T. Kiyosaki ISBN-10: 0446677450 pg61
  2. Mutual Funds: An Introduction to the Core Concepts by Dr. Mark Mobius ISBN-10: 0470821434 pg 83
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