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Value Added Monthly Index (VAMI)

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A value added monthly index is one of the most common metrices used for depicting the overall performance of the fund to investors. This index can be used for a variety of purposes like providing understanding on the growth of invested capital throughout time, access the performance of the fund manager, comparing various funds as well as index benchmarks.

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