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Old 01-31-2014, 09:16 AM   #1
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Annual returns various

Hi all,
This is probably a silly question, but here there a resource to get simple returns for various indexes and mixes (like year by year returns for thing slike SP500 but also, mixes, like typical 60/40 split or even the "lazy" portfolios?). I want to be able to quickly benchmark my returns against the benchmarks. Thank you.

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Hi Hot, has a page on lazy portfolios and their performance:
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Try Callan's Periodic Table of Returns here:

or ETFdb's 2013 Periodic Table of Returns here:
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If you want previous years, perhaps a a good way is to simply use and look up historical annual performance of Vanguard Target Retirement or LifeStrategy funds since those are funds of index funds.

If you want current info, Vanguard has a benchmarks page:
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