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Thank you to the contributors on this forum.

My question is not a homework question but rather concerns an idea I have been thinking of for some time.

Suppose there are two parties to an agreement whereby one party agrees to pay the other party a sum of money, should an asset not appreciate in a value by a percetage (say 5%) over a period of time (say 2 years).

How do you work out the probability of the asset increasing value by 5% ?

Many thanks in advance

Drew

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