Your Jasper portfolio returns graph reports on two important metrics that help you keep track of performance and returns over time.

  1. Total Return in Dollars - your total return after fees and before tax, including cash distributions and movement in the Unit Price. Shown for the selected time period and displayed in dollars.

    Every time the Unit Price for a fund is updated, a new data point is plotted for Total Return in the returns graph.

  2. 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.

    Every time the fund distributes cash returns, a new data point is plotted for Cash Return in the returns graph. Please refer to fund documentation for more information on distribution frequency.

When you first invest and are issued units in a Jasper opportunity, your graph will initially consist of a singular data point for Unit Price as at the issue date. Once you have received a distribution or the Unit Price has been updated, you will see a plot on the returns graph.

For an investor who has received multiple distributions and updates to Unit Price over time, their Portfolio Returns graph could look something like this:


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