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## CAGR Calculation

Hi All,

I have calculated a dynamic CAGR based on these three measures.

``CAGR Beginning Value = CALCULATE(SUM(FactAccounting[Value]);FILTER(Dates;Dates[Year] = MIN(Dates[Year]));FILTER(ALLSELECTED(FSLI1[ALIASFSLI]) ; FSLI1[ALIASFSLI] = "01 Revenues"))``
``CAGR Ending Value = CALCULATE(SUM(FactAccounting[Value]);FILTER(Dates;Dates[Year] = MAX(Dates[Year]));FILTER(ALLSELECTED(FSLI1[ALIASFSLI]) ; FSLI1[ALIASFSLI] = "01 Revenues"))``
``# Years CAGR = (MAX(Dates[Year]) - MIN(Dates[Year]))``
``Dynamic CAGR = IFERROR(([CAGR Ending Value] / [CAGR Beginning Value])^(1 / [# Years CAGR])-1;0)``

I would also like to calculate a fixed 3 and 5 year cagr based on the time filter applied. So if i choose 2018 it will calculate a 3 year and 5 year backwards without me setting a time range.

With as few measures as possible how could this be fixed? I tried to put a -3 and -5 in the cagr ending value to calculate out new beginning values but that didnt work.

Community Support

Hi kandre123,

Thanks for your understanding and support.
Best Regards,
Zoe Zhi

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