The annual return in those 20 years is 12.7 percent.
At best, the annual return for No. 11 will be under 2 percent.
That works out to an annual return of about 14 percent.
It has had an average annual return of 5.24 percent over the last five years.
And the average annual return for children born last year is actually down.
Since 1992, the system has seen a 9.4 percent annual return.
Can I change the made up date of my annual return?
The fund's average annual return over those three years was 38.6 percent.
Doing the same with the bottom 10 would have meant an average annual return of 22.6 percent.
This strategy has made an annual return of 19.4% from 1975 to 1999.