Implied rate analysis

Implied rate analysis is the process of estimating the rate of return of an investment based on assumptions of analysts rather than fact based. Analysts might assume that interest rates would be of a particular figure at a date in the future or estimate future revenues of companies. This type of analysis is generally used in finance since most analysis are based on estimates and not on stated facts reported by the subject company.

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