Cumulative Return

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Cumulative Return. A cumulative, non-compounded return equal to 8% per annum on Invested Capital commencing upon acceptance by the Company of an investor's subscription
Cumulative Return. A cumulative, non-compounded return return, equal to 8% 10% per annum on Invested Capital commencing upon acceptance by of the Company of an investor's subscription
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Cumulative Return. For the period for which the calculation is being made, the percentage resulting from dividing (A) the total Distributions for such period (not including Distributions out of Cash from Sales and Financings), by (B) the product of (i) the average Adjusted Investor Capital for such period (calculated on a daily basis), and (ii) the number of years (including fractions thereof) elapsed during such period. Notwithstanding the foregoing, neither the Shares received by the Manager or its Affiliates... for any consideration other than cash, nor the Distributions in respect of such Shares, shall be included in the foregoing calculation. View More
Cumulative Return. For the period for which the calculation is being made, the percentage resulting from dividing (A) the total Distributions paid on each Distribution date during such period (without regard to Distributions paid out of Cash from Sales and Financings), by (B) the product of (i) the average Invested Capital for such period (calculated on a daily basis), and (ii) the number of days elapsed during such period.
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