Start of YTD period

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    redjohnd New Member

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    I have been looking at stats of some mutual funds on morningstar.in. YTD is one of them. I know what YTD means and how it is calculated, but there is one silly doubt that I could not figure out from the Internet.

    To calculate a YTD return, is the start of the calendar year (Jan 1st) used as the starting point, or the start of the financial year (April 1st)?
     
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    jallanankit Well-Known Member

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    Ytd means year to date..

    It is generally taken from the start of financial year


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