0) $totalReturn_SP_text = "$".$totalReturn_SP; else { $temp = $totalReturn_SP * (-1); $totalReturn_SP_text = "-$".$temp.""; } if($totalReturn_SP_pct > 0) $totalReturn_SP_pct_text = $totalReturn_SP_pct."%"; else { $temp = $totalReturn_SP_pct * (-1); $totalReturn_SP_pct_text = "-".$temp."%"; }*/ ?> iag | performance comparisons

iag | performance comparisons
2010-2011

Below you can find calculations for portfolios consisting of all IAG pitched stocks, all voted-in stocks, and all voted-out stocks. The average return of these portfolios is an interesting benchmark for our actively managed portfolios and the effectiveness of our club's voting process. Ideally, the return of our voted-in stocks should exceed that of our voted-out stocks. As well, if our actively managed portfolios exceed the return of our voted-in stocks, then our portfolio managers are doing an excellent job making trades and selecting order size, since these portfolios assume equal % weightings of each stock held from the pitch date.

 
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Pitch Price

Current Price

Return

           
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Average Return