Greater the investment horizon the larger the returns is the relation between investment horizon and returns. The growth rate of the investments will depend on your risk profile, i.e., higher the risk you take in investments.

## What is investment horizon?

Investment horizon is the term used **to describe the total length of time that an investor expects to hold a security or a portfolio**.

## What is the relationship between risk and return in investment?

The correlation between the hazards one runs in investing and the performance of investments is known as **the risk-return tradeoff**. The risk-return tradeoff states the higher the risk, the higher the reward—and vice versa.

## What is the horizon return?

**A discounted, total return on an investment or portfolio over a given time frame**, called a horizon. For example, one might calculate the return on an investment over its first year or first five years, etc. See also: Horizon analysis.

## What is the ideal investment horizon?

Generally speaking, **about 70% to 100% of your long**-term investment horizon portfolios should be in the form of equities and the remaining in fixed income). … When investing in portfolios of short-term investment horizon, allot about 70% to 100% of your assets to fixed income and the remaining in equities.

## What is meant by time horizon?

Time horizon often referred to as investment time horizon, is **the timeframe over which an investor would stay invested in a scheme**. Time horizon is the period after which an investor would pull out their investment. Generally, investment objectives and strategies decide the investment time horizon.

## What is meant by risk and return?

It is **the uncertainty associated with the returns from an investment that introduces a risk into a project**. The expected return is the uncertain future return that a firm expects to get from its project. … Risk is associated with the possibility that realized returns will be less than the returns that were expected.

## What is difference between risk and return?

Return are the money you expect to earn on your investment. Risk is the chance that your actual return will differ from your expected return, and **by how much**. You could also define risk as the amount of volatility involved in a given investment.

## What does convexity mean in bonds?

Convexity is **a measure of the curvature in the relationship between bond prices and bond yields**. Convexity demonstrates how the duration of a bond changes as the interest rate changes. If a bond’s duration increases as yields increase, the bond is said to have negative convexity.

## When your investment horizon is longer than the Macaulay duration of the bond you own?

The duration gap is the difference between the Macaulay duration and the investment horizon. When the investment horizon is greater than the Macaulay duration of the bond, **coupon reinvestment risk dominates price risk**. The investor’s risk is to lower interest rates. The duration gap is negative.

## How do you calculate modified duration?

To find the modified duration, all an investor needs to do is **take the Macaulay duration and divide it by 1 + (yield-to-maturity / number of coupon periods per year)**. In this example that calculation would be 2.753 / (1.05 / 1), or 2.62%.

## What is the realized horizon yield?

Realized yield is **the total return when an investor sells a bond before maturity**. For example, a bond maturing in three years with a 3% coupon purchased at face value of $1,000 has a yield to maturity of 3%.

## What is the difference between the holding period yield and yield to maturity?

In other words, it is the **internal rate of return (IRR) of** an investment in a bond if the investor holds the bond until maturity and if all payments are made as scheduled. Yield to maturity (YTM) measures the annual return an investor would receive if he or she held a particular bond until maturity.