Realized yield is the actual return earned during the holding period for an investment, and may include dividends, interest payments, and other cash distributions. The term may be applied to a bond sold before its maturity date or dividend-paying security. Generally speaking, the realized yield on bonds includes the coupon payments received during the holding period, plus or minus the change in the value of the original investment, calculated on an annual basis.
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