Description Usage Arguments Value Examples

The formula is simply: `prices[length(prices)] / prices[1] - 1`

. If
`units.rate`

is specified, then it converts to x-unit growth rate.

1 | ```
prices_rate(prices, units.rate = NULL)
``` |

`prices` |
Numeric matrix with 1 column of prices for each investment (can be a vector if there is only one). |

`units.rate` |
Numeric value specifying the number of units for growth
rate calculation, if you want something other than total growth. For
annualized growth rate, set to 252 if |

Numeric value if `prices`

is a vector, numeric matrix if
`prices`

is a matrix.

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 | ```
# Create vector of daily closing prices for a hypothetical stock
prices <- c(100.4, 98.7, 101.3, 101.0, 100.9)
# Overall growth is 0.50%
prices_rate(prices)
# Average daily growth is 0.12%
prices_rate(prices, 1)
# Corresponds to 36.7% annualized growth
prices_rate(prices, 252)
``` |

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