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Three options to deposit

After deciding on a way of investing money, the question often arises as to how a deposit should be made. At Ginmon there are 3 possible ways to make a deposit.

The two most frequently used deposit options, by direct debit or bank transfer, are transactions of a conventional nature in cashless payment transactions. The third option is via a securities account transfer. This type of deposit is special because there is no money transaction, but existing securities holdings are transferred to the new deposit account. However, the question often arises as to what the differences between the various deposit options actually are?

Simple and money-weighted yield calculation

The timing of deposits and withdrawals can affect a portfolio’s return. While the effects of these cash flows are not taken into account separately in the simple yield calculation, the money-weighted yield includes the effects
Both methods of calculating the rate of return are valid and acceptable, but they have their own peculiarities that must be taken into account when interpreting them.

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