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Firecalc results for "mixed portfolio" ends in 2005.
Old 10-09-2016, 12:26 PM   #1
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Firecalc results for "mixed portfolio" ends in 2005.

If in "Your Portfolio" I select mixed portfolio (since 1927) I only get 49 cycles for a 30 year run or 59 cycles for a 20 year run. Looking at the "investigation" spreadsheet, the last year is 1975 for 30 yr run or 1985 for 20 yr run. 1975+30 = 2005. 1985+20 = 2005.

But if I select "Total market" portfolio started in 1927 I get 60 cycles for 30 yr run or 70 cycles for 20 yr run.
The investigation spreadsheet shows last year 1996 or 1986.
1996+20=2016. 1986+30 = 2016.
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