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  • n. the amount returned per unit of time expressed as a percentage of the cost


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  • The foundations would agree to accept a lower-than-market rate of return so that the private investors would be willing to join in.

    Creative Capitalism

  • A prefeasibility analysis estimated a 15% internal rate of return after taxes, with a positive cash flow from the second year on.

    Strategic Management in Developing Countries Case Studies

  • Vision 1: Investors accept a below-market rate of return in exchange for the privilege of supporting Lufthansas good works.

    Creative Capitalism

  • The purpose of this analysis is to create a model portfolio based upon the Money Movement Strategy, and to determine what rate of return an investor would have realized had he invested $10,000.00 on January 1, 1979.


  • You could probably get this rate of return by investing in carefully selected discounted mortgages [see chapter 12], well-selected rare coins [see chapter 13], or real estate [see chapter 6].

    Creating Wealth


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