Yes, I have used Portfolio Visualizer quite a bit, in order to look at historical data. While many other sites have stock charts, they most often do not include dividends in the return. And PV also shows the results of an arbitrary portfolio mix, and with the effects of periodic rebalancing. I think it is great.
Originally Posted by VanWinkle
I have used it and it gives a great picture of past returns. I am still looking for one that will give me future returns with accuracy.
Yes, that one is going to cost him a lot of money, and it is not going to be on a free Web site.
And another problem is that he is not going to be able to find one that will give a "money back" guarantee.
Originally Posted by Chuckanut
I just received an email stating that Portfolio Visualizer is going to a paid subscription mode. There will also be a free version. The email did not mention what the differences between the two will be.
Uh Oh! Eventually, they all want money. Hah! They get you hooked first, then stick their greedy palm out.
If I am going to pay, it has to be cheap. It's past stock performance that they show, right? It's only good for seeing what you would have if you did differently than what you have already done.
I will pay more for future stock charts. And with money back guarantee.