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Alternatives to peaktotrough.com?

Posted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 11:04 am
by barrett
Hey All,

Looks like the stock and gold data at peaktotrough.com has not been updating since around 10/31. I've tried sending PMs to Peak2Trough who is a member here, but to no avail yet.

Can anyone share an alternative site for current PP data that they use? Thanks!

Re: Alternatives to peaktotrough.com?

Posted: Wed Dec 13, 2017 7:37 pm
by ochotona
portfoliovisualizer.com

Re: Alternatives to peaktotrough.com?

Posted: Thu Dec 14, 2017 12:03 am
by InsuranceGuy
I use the SMF add-in for Excel to pull from Yahoo Finance.

Re: Alternatives to peaktotrough.com?

Posted: Tue Jan 16, 2018 2:30 pm
by jason
Portfolio Visualizer doesn't go all the way back to 1972, does it? How can I re-create peaktotrough.com using Excel? Are there any other options?

Re: Alternatives to peaktotrough.com?

Posted: Wed Jan 17, 2018 10:23 pm
by jason
InsuranceGuy wrote:I use the SMF add-in for Excel to pull from Yahoo Finance.
How far back does the Yahoo Finance data go? And can you automatically calculate re-balancing using 15/35 bands?

Thanks

Re: Alternatives to peaktotrough.com?

Posted: Thu Jan 18, 2018 11:46 pm
by InsuranceGuy
jason wrote:
How far back does the Yahoo Finance data go? And can you automatically calculate re-balancing using 15/35 bands?

Thanks
If you use the Vanguard mutual funds you can go back through 1997 (for Gold I did kitco before GLD started in 2006).

It will auto calculate re-balancing, but you have to setup the spreadsheet to do it. But, after you do it once you are set.

Re: Alternatives to peaktotrough.com?

Posted: Fri Jan 19, 2018 2:24 pm
by jason
InsuranceGuy wrote:
jason wrote:
How far back does the Yahoo Finance data go? And can you automatically calculate re-balancing using 15/35 bands?

Thanks
If you use the Vanguard mutual funds you can go back through 1997 (for Gold I did kitco before GLD started in 2006).

It will auto calculate re-balancing, but you have to setup the spreadsheet to do it. But, after you do it once you are set.
Thanks. I was really hoping there would be a way to go all the way back to 1971 like peaktotrough did. Does anyone know where peaktotrough was getting their data? Does anyone know who owns the peaktotrough website and if they intend and making it work again?