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Friday, March 18, 2016Another Year on the Clock
Early last year, Morningstar Magazine published the first version of my Performance Clock concept. It's a way to present monthly returns using a clock metaphor, allowing easy comparisons of the monthly performance of different indexes or securities. It also allows "at a glance" assessments of overall volatility for a one-year period.
For the February/March 2016 issue, we published an update, which contrasts the 2014 and 2015 performance of six Morningstar regional indexes:
Click through to read the full article or download a PDF of the entire issue. Thanks once again to Morningstar designer Zach Sherwood!
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