Look up the term xirr and then use those links to calculate yours.
How do you correlate the XIRR value to simple/compound interest?
You could put in the investment dates, investment amount and the final amount on maturity and get an XIRR from the formula. My question is what does that percent value represent? is it the simple interest on an FD where you invest in a similar pattern? is it the compound interest on a FD where you invest the whole maturity amount as a lumpsum?
I do not yet understand how to compare the XIRR computed percentage against a regular investment instrument like FD (for simplicity).
Off topic, but how? overstaffed? low activity? I'm just curioustrust me, as a it guy i got shitton of free time at hand.