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Old 10-24-2014, 11:43 PM   #1
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Anyone know a site that charts total returns for free? They are so hard to find, and the last one i used doesn't offer it anymore for free.


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Old 10-25-2014, 12:08 AM   #2
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I think Morningstar.com shows total returns.
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One of the CNN Portfolio screens will give you that information. https://portfolio.money.cnn.com/

(Again, I will mention, you have to give the program access to your account. It is not a manual process.)
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Here's the one I use:

PerfCharts - StockCharts.com - Free Charts

Note it opens to a 200 day chart, you need to move the slider to go back further.

I'll check out the others, they may be better?

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Here's the one I use:

PerfCharts - StockCharts.com - Free Charts

Note it opens to a 200 day chart, you need to move the slider to go back further.

I'll check out the others, they may be better?

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Great chart site... thanks!
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Note it opens to a 200 day chart, you need to move the slider to go back further.-ERD50
Thanks, the slider w/histogram chart is interesting.
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Here's the one I use:

PerfCharts - StockCharts.com - Free Charts

Note it opens to a 200 day chart, you need to move the slider to go back further.

I'll check out the others, they may be better?

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Thanks for the link, that's a fun one.
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In response to all the 'thanks' for this link:

PerfCharts - StockCharts.com - Free Charts

I'm pretty sure I learned of it here, from another forum member, but I don't recall who it was.

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PerfCharts - StockCharts.com - Free Charts

I'm pretty sure I learned of it here, from another forum member, but I don't recall who it was.
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I've used PerfCharts for a long time. It is pretty useful, but you do have to double check it to make sure it is including all the distributions. I don't know of similar site. you would think total return would be a little more popular.
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I've used PerfCharts for a long time. It is pretty useful, but you do have to double check it to make sure it is including all the distributions. I don't know of similar site. you would think total return would be a little more popular.
How do you check this? Do you find yahoo's 'historical pricing' to be accurate?

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Anyone know a site that charts total returns for free? They are so hard to find, and the last one i used doesn't offer it anymore for free.
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Here is the Morningstar total return for DODIX as an example, you just go to the "performance" tab and look down the page to the total return section:
http://performance.morningstar.com/fund/performance-return.action?t=DODIX®ion=USA&culture=en-US
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How do you check this? Do you find yahoo's 'historical pricing' to be accurate?

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Sometimes there's a big drop in the chart in December. I think it would be tough to see small errors.

Generally I accept what it says, but double check with M* or Fidelity return data if I'm actually going to act on it. The problem there is the fixed 1, 3, 5, 10 year timeframe.
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I've always liked Google Finance charts, but, I don't think they include reinvested dividends... and I've never checked.

Google Finance: Stock market quotes, news, currency conversions & more#

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