The money-weighted rate of return has a serious drawback. Generally, clients determine when money is given to the investment manager and those decisions may significantly influence the money-weighted rate of return. A general principle of evaluation, however, is that a person or entity should be judged only on the basis of their own actions, or actions under their control. An evaluation tool should isolate the effects of the investment manager’s actions.
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