MIRR function help needed

mayday1028

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I have a calculation using MIRR that I think is very simple. I have several cash inflows and outflows on a monthly basis and I'm calculating the MIRR. However, when I make the finance rate higher, my MIRR goes up. Why would this be? I would think that if this is the cost of capital, the higher the rate, the lower my return on investment (MIRR) would be. Am I confused about what MIRR is telling me? Any help would be appreciated!
 

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