## Stock ROI Calculator

- Initial investment amount.
- Expected annual growth rate of the stock.
- Number of years to calculate ROI for.

Let’s say we have the following assumptions:

- Initial investment amount: $10,000
- Expected annual growth rate: 8%
- Number of years: 5 years

Based on these assumptions, we can create a table to calculate the ROI for each year:

Year | Initial Investment | Annual Growth Rate | Ending Investment | ROI |
---|---|---|---|---|

1 | $10,000 | 8% | $10,800 | 8% |

2 | $10,800 | 8% | $11,664 | 16.64% |

3 | $11,664 | 8% | $12,597.12 | 25.97% |

4 | $12,597.12 | 8% | $13,601.53 | 36.02% |

5 | $13,601.53 | 8% | $14,682.65 | 46.83% |

This table assumes that the growth rate remains constant over the years and does not account for any dividends or additional investments. It provides a rough estimate of the ROI for each year based on the initial investment and the expected growth rate.