Total shareholder return (TSR) is the measure of the returns that a company has provided for its shareholders, reflecting share price movements and assuming reinvestment of dividends. It is, therefore, a good indicator of a company's overall performance.
To judge the total return to shareholders, the level of income received must be included. A systematic measure is TSR which calculates the total return in terms of share price performance and the dividends paid.
This amount is calculated as the annualized total return on an investment in our common shares made at the beginning of a designated period, usually one or five years. Total return on common shares includes the effect of a change in the share price and assumes that dividends received on common shares are reinvested in additional common shares.
Return on investment combining stock price appreciation and dividends.
The measure of the returns that a company has provided for its shareholders - the product of share price movement plus dividends reinvested over a stated period. A good indicator of a company's overall performance.
increase in the value of Colgate stock plus reinvested dividends.
The return on shares in the form of capital gains and reinvested dividends.
Total Shareholder Return (TSR) is a concept used to compare the performance of different companiesâ€™ stocks and shares over time. It combines share price appreciation and dividends paid to show the total return to the shareholder. The absolute size of the TSR will vary with stock markets, but the relative position reflects the market perception of overall performance relative to a reference group.