Historical data of Mutual Funds vs Index Funds
Category: Business and Money > Economics
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15 Jul 2006 15:23 PDT
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Question ID: 746646
I need a graph / Data of total US market valuation for mutual funds against total US market valuation of index funds, for the past 10 ? 15 years. When were index funds introduced to the US market I need this data for a presentation on July 18th 2006 so I must have it by July 17th 7:00PM Eastern Standard time
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Re: Historical data of Mutual Funds vs Index Funds
From: jack_of_few_trades-ga on 17 Jul 2006 10:57 PDT
Vanguard created the first index fund (based on the S&P 500) on Aug 31, 1976. It has earned an even 12.00% average return since then. http://flagship3.vanguard.com/VGApp/hnw/FundsIndexOnly http://www.fool.com/mutualfunds/indexfunds/indexfunds01.htm?source=InvAg I couldn't find any data to show the total valuation of index funds.
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