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Old 11-19-2023, 09:39 AM   #21
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Vanguard updates the performance percentage at end of the month. Under the performance percentage you will see as 10/31/2023. The $ figure is as of yesterday, but the percentage is as of October 31. If the markets remain where they are, you should see a big jump when itís updated to 11/30
Got it. EOM shows true IRR. Waiting to see what CDs bring next week. Right now 3-5 yr CDS are callable.
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Wow... it kinda is way off....


I just did a calc on last 36 months and get over 11.5% but Vanguard says 9.9... it is worse for 12 months...


Glad that I am doing better than I thought...
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Wow... it kinda is way off....


I just did a calc on last 36 months and get over 11.5% but Vanguard says 9.9... it is worse for 12 months...


Glad that I am doing better than I thought...
Vanguard calculation is as of 10/31/23.
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If you login, there are what I'd call hidden reports, as they can only be seen by finding Show: dropdown on the Holdings tab.

Your URL bar will show something like this when you are successful:

balance-by-date.web.vanguard.com/compared-to-year-end

When I do this, I see 7.20% as of 11/20/23, for everything I hold. However, this is incorrect as I calculated XIRR with Google Sheets, using all transactions for these accounts YTD. With that I get a personal performance of 5.82%.

You have to carefully map out these pages, try them, and see what is available. However, you do not see what most of us call personal performance.

You can also look for Prices and Returns in the Show: dropdown. On that report you can find the YTD performance for individual investments. But this is for the fund, not for your account.
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Vanguard calculation is as of 10/31/23.

I know... I did the calc as of that date... it is still way off..
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I know... I did the calc as of that date... it is still way off..
Because of your post, I did my calculations as of 10/31. I only have 5 holdings, no dividend reinvestment. All of the dividends get manually invested in VOO (Once a quarter). Every one of my holdings return as displayed by Vanguard (as of 10/31) match my numbers.
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One thing that I noticed - was in my Roth account - VG did not have the cost basis for my VTSAX (my largest single holding). Hmmm. That fund was reflected in the traditional IRA.
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Because of your post, I did my calculations as of 10/31. I only have 5 holdings, no dividend reinvestment. All of the dividends get manually invested in VOO (Once a quarter). Every one of my holdings return as displayed by Vanguard (as of 10/31) match my numbers.

I might have to take a look... I do think the individual fund performance is correct... but when you look at all holdings in all accounts... a problem..
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