S&P 500 Annual Total Returns 1926 – 2015

I haven’t posted this information in awhile. I’m trying something new with this post by actually embedding an Excel Spreadsheet into this blog post. We’ll see how it works. I’m a tad excited about the possibilities of this.

The cool thing about it for AFM readers (you) is that you can copy and paste this information or you might even be able to save the spreadsheet for future use.

NOTE: One thing I noticed is there appears to be a lag in the loading of the spreadsheet, which is a tad annoying.

NOTE 2: I also noticed that the spreadsheet shows up in Safari on my iPad, but not my iPhone.

Click here if for for some reason you can’t see the spreadsheet.

2 thoughts on “S&P 500 Annual Total Returns 1926 – 2015”

  1. I really like this chart. Agreed the sheet takes an extra second, but it doesn’t bother me (I actually have to read first).

    Would be nice to have a similar chart that breaks down the 10 year averages (1926-1935, 1927-1936, etc). Really shows the value of investing over time.

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