I presume you mean DE0001134922. I don't actually use these german bonds, because my brokers don't offer them. But I used them for my calculations because it is the only bonds option I know which exists and offers data since 2000. If anyone knows an european bond fund with longterm data I really like to hear.- Stocks: why you use this unknown ETF ?
I am actually using EXX6 and E20Y (50/50) for the bonds portion. EXX6 is <20y restrained to Germany, E20Y is 20+y and covers a greater part of Europe. I prefer long bonds from Germany, because the Netherlands and Germany are economically close related and are expected to move on together if the eurozone would collapse.
well it took a while to find it but there is a catch, because you get a penalty if you want to end the deposit before the end date (5yr).- CASH - can you get 1% in a Deposit? Seems too much...
0.12%/yr- How much you pay for gold storage per year?
I know. But I am especially interested if I am right with my calculations, because the cagrR I calculated will determin the monthly income I will offer myself with the PP. It also determins if and when it can/will be time to give my emplorer the middle finger.I believe your numbers are correct. Everyone says USPP is better than EUPP.
Have anyone ideas why my caluation of 2002-2017 EU PP cagrR is 3.5% while Tyler calculates 5.5% for the german PP in 2002-2017 ?
http://www.carterapermanente.es/cartera ... -con-etfs/
<quote>Our problem is exchange rate... </quote>
Don't understand what you mean exactly. The exchange rates euro->dollar has been:
that is a growth of 135.6%. So an european cagrR of 3.5% in euro's in this period should be compared to a cagrR of 3.5%*135.6% => 4.8% ? Is this correct ?
I don't see a big difference between USPP and GerPP on portfoliocharts.com, resp 5% and 5.5%. Does this mean that both are demoninated in dollars ? This should indeed explain the bigger part of the differences between my calculation (3.5%) and Tyler's (5.5%). Please feedback if I undertand things right ?