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Return on Investment (ROI)


We anticipate a 12% ROI.
  finance:  a measure of the value of an investment generally expressed as an annual percentage of the money invested; calculated as the amount of money earned divided by the amount of money invested
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  • We anticipate a 12% ROI.
  • Without tax incentives, the return on investment will not justify adequate investments in alternative energy.
  • Customs, culture, ideas about right and wrong all fall away under the pressure to increase production and get a higher return on investment.
    Michael Pollan  --  The Omnivore’s Dilemma
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Associated words [difficulty]:   Return on Investment (ROI) [7]
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