With the update 2.35.0, the CAGR or the annual growth rate of distributions has found its way into our statistics.

*But how is this information calculated?*

First you calculate the sum of the dividends of the last 12 months until today and divide this information by the portfolio value.

**Calculation example:**

Today is 04/20/2023.

Since 04/20/2022 you have received dividends of 100€ per month, so 1200€ in total.

Your portfolio value is 100.000€ at today's date.

1200€ divided by 100,000€ = 0.012 and we multiply this number by 100 to get a percentage.

Therefore, in this example, the CAGR would be 1.20%.