CAGR (Compound Annual growth Rate) is the rate of return given by an investment over many years if compounded annually. For example, If Ms. Radha invested Rs. 100 and which rise to Rs. 121 in two years. Then CAGR would be 10% p.a.
CAGR may be understood as IRR for a lump sum investment with single outflow and single inflow.
Use the following calculator to find CAGR of your lump sum investment:-