BlackRock ICS Fundamental Relationships

The Drivers Module shows relationships between BlackRock ICS's most relevant fundamental drivers and provides multiple suggestions of what could possibly affect the performance of BlackRock ICS Sterling Liq Adm III over time as well as its relative position and ranking within its peers. Please also check Risk vs Return Analysis.

BlackRock ICS Sterling Annual Yield vs. One Year Return Fundamental Analysis

BlackRock ICS Sterling Liq Adm III is currently considered the top fund in one year return among similar funds. It is currently considered the top fund in annual yield among similar funds fabricating about  1.00  of Annual Yield per One Year Return.
One Year Return is the annualized return generated from holding a security for exactly 12 months. The measure is considered to be good short-term measures of fund performance. In other words it represents the capital appreciation of fund investments over the last year. However when the market is volatile such as in recent years, One Year Return measure can be misleading.
BlackRock ICS 
One Year Return 
 = 
(Mean of Monthly Returns - 1) 
X  
100% 
=
0.06%
Although One Year Fund Return indicator can give a sense of overall fund short-term potential, it is recommended to look at mid and long term return measure before selecting a particular fund or ETF. The great way to validate fund short-term performance is to compare it with other similar funds or ETFs for the same 12 months interval.
Yield generally refers to the amount of cash that is paid back to the owner of a security over a specific time (usually one year). It is expressed as a percentage of current market price, and usually amounts to all the interests and/or dividends paid over a given period. A higher yield allows the shareholders to generate returns on their investments sooner. However, investors should also be aware that a high yield may be a result of market turmoil or increased price volatility.
BlackRock ICS 
Yield 
 = 
Income from Security 
Current Share Price 
=
0.06%
Small firms, start-ups, or companies with high growth potential typically do not pay out dividends or distribute a lot of their profits. These companies will have small yield. Alternatively, more established companies, ETFs, and funds that invest in bonds will have a higher yields.

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