This is probably a silly question, but here goes..is 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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If you want previous years, perhaps a a good way is to simply use morningstar.com and look up historical annual performance of Vanguard Target Retirement or LifeStrategy funds since those are funds of index funds.
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