Interactive Investing

In: Finance Interactive Stock Market US Economy

18 Nov 2009

Vanguard has several interesting interactive tools for visualizing investment decisions. The first concerns investment composition. Use the sliders at the bottom to choose between stocks, bonds, and cash – and to show how your investments would have performed over any date range since 1928. Click on the little graph icons in the upper right corner to view it as data or a line chart. Thanks to Diane Fitzer for pointing them out.





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