Founded in 1975 and with more than A$6 trillion in assets under management in both index and active funds, Vanguard is one of the world’s largest global investment management companies. In Australia, Vanguard has been serving financial advisers, retail clients and institutional investors for 20 years. See www.vanguardinvestments.com.au.
Vanguard Interactive Index Chart
This tool allows you to compare the growth of $10,000 invested in major asset classes over historical time periods, against a backdrop of key economic, social, political and demographic changes. Link is vanguard.com.au/indexchart
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This excellent Interactive Index Chart shows market performance of various asset classes since 1970, and allows readers to compare the growth of $10,000 invested in these asset classes over historical periods.
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