DEFINITION
Continuously Compounded Rate of Return

"Continuously compounded rate of return": The more frequently a nominal annual rate of interest is compounded within a given time period, the greater the total interest accrued by the end of the period. Continuous compounding takes this process to its theoretical limit by assuming that the nominal annual interest is calculated and compounded continuously at the given continuously compounded % rate.
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