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Multiply the average

**sales**per period by thenumber of periods in a year to**annualize sales**figures. Foraverage weekly**sales**of $15,000, multiply by 52 weeks. Inthis example, the**annualized sales**estimate is$780,000.

Beside this, how do you annualize a number?

**Steps**

- Gather income reports for 2 or 3 months. To annualize yourincome, you need a sample of the income you earn over a year.
- Total your income for the period.
- Divide the number of months in a year by the months ofincome.
- Multiply your total income by the result of the ratio.

**annualize**percentages based on four

**quarters**add them together and divide by four. Add up all ofthe

**quarterly**absolute

**numbers**if you are using a

**number**of

**quarters**other than four or one. Divide thetotal by the

**number**of

**quarters**and multiply thequotient by four to get the

**annualized numbers**.

In this regard, what does it mean to annualize?

To **annualize** a number **means** to convert ashort-term calculation or rate into an annual rate. It helps to**annualize** a rate of return to better compare the performanceof one security versus another.

**How to Annualize Volatility**

- daily volatility to annual volatility, multiply by the squareroot of the number days in a year. That is, σ
_{annual}= σ_{daily}√(252). - daily volatility to weekly volatility, multiply by the squareroot of the number of days in a week.
- 1-day volatility to an n-day volatility, multiply by√n.