I have read quite a few posts on the forum and even asked support a few questions about Monte Carlo to further my understanding of it.

I see many discussions of portfolio results matching or not matching Monte Carlo results.

I have a general understanding of Monte Carlo. What I do not quite understand is what is considered the Monte Carlo "result"?

I see a graph of interations starting with 1 on the left going up to 1000 on the right. Along this graph are different "results".

So what part of the graph is considered the Monte Carlo "result" that I would compare to my portfolio?

Below the graph is a table with the Interations column showing "1000" in every cell.

Do I assume that the data from 1000 interations is the "result"?

In that case, I would further assume that the more interations, the more accurate the Monte Carlo model becomes.

Let me know if I have it right.... ... or wrong...

Thanks,

Rick