Your Jasper portfolio overview reports on a series of metrics that help you keep track of performance and returns over time. Consider the following definitions when reviewing your portfolio:

Total Return

Total Return in Dollars - your total return after fees and before tax, including cash distributions and capital appreciation (NAV). Shown for the selected time period and displayed in dollars.

Total Return Percentage - your total return after fees and before tax, including cash distributions and capital appreciation (NAV). Shown for the selected time period and displayed as a percentage.

Total Return Percentage Annualised - your total return after fees and before tax, including cash distributions and capital appreciation (NAV). Shown for the selected time period and displayed as a percentage but calculated on an annualised basis.

If you recently invested in a Fund, and can't figure out why the NAV of your holdings is less than the amount you originally invested, you can find an explanation here

Cash Return

Cash Return in Dollars - your cash return paid via distributions, after fees and before tax. Shown for the selected time period and displayed in dollars.

Cash Return Percentage - your cash return paid via distributions, after fees and before tax. Shown for the selected time period and displayed as a percentage.

Cash Return Percentage Annualised - your cash return paid via distributions, after fees and before tax. Shown for the selected time period and displayed as a percentage but calculated on an annualised basis.

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