Norbert Schlenker wrote: The Libra total returns spreadsheet has now been updated with 2014 CPI figures, including real returns.
My Asset Mixer and Periodic Table have been updated to reflect Norbert's new real return data for 2014.
Real returns will be updated once StatsCan publishes the Dec 2014 CPI level.LadyGeek wrote:Also, thanks. I'm not sure what should be in this spreadsheet, but the total-returns spreadsheet is missing the 2014 Annual Canadian Inflation (Nominal!B50).
My Asset Mixer and Periodic Table have been updated to reflect Norbert's new nominal return data for 2014.Norbert Schlenker wrote:2014 nominal returns have been added to my spreadsheet(s) at http://libra-investments.com/re01.htm. Real returns will be updated once StatsCan publishes the Dec 2014 CPI level.
Probably Prof. Robert Shiller. It's S&P500 and predecessor indexes. The early data could be a little dodgy.ig17 wrote:1881? What data set is that? S&P 500 index started in 1957.mushyyy wrote: I took the S&P500 data from 1881 to 2013 and I calculated the return of 7 different strategies:
Just look at Sprott's returns prior to 2007 and then after. You'll find your answer.Justise wrote:Going by history, yes. Why don't we copy the superstars of the past?
AAPL BPS $19.02 TBPS $17.52CROCKD wrote:Just what are the asset values of a stock like Facebook or an Apple?
Ya, they're forcing you to call them to get the 'please don't leave' marketing for larger amounts. Irritating.Bylo Selhi wrote:Also both TangerING and PCF are making it harder to swing $100k in/out between them in order to take advantage of promos by limiting transfers to as little as $25k/day.