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Value-added monthly index. The value that $1,000 allocated to an investment fund on its inception date would currently have, assuming that all profits and distributions were reinvested. In Webfolio, the index is = $1000 at inception. Subsequent month-end values are calculated by multiplying the previous month’s VAMI by 1 plus the current month’s rate of return:

Value At Risk. A measure of the potential change in value that a fund's portfolio may experience during that fund's holding period. It is usually expressed as a percentage, which is referred to as a confidence level.

The likelihood that a fund's value will change over a given period of time. The fund's standard deviation is often used as a measure of the volatility.


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