Returns are calculated using the S&P 500’s performance. These figures are based on Quandl’s historical stock data, which tracks the S&P 500 as far back as 1950. Visit the Stockchoker blog for more details.
Green bubbles signify years when the S&P 500 gained value; red is used for years when the S&P 500 declined.
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