Tyler Added Data For Japan and Australia!

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Tyler Added Data For Japan and Australia!

Post by pmward » Tue May 07, 2019 1:04 pm

As the subject states, Tyler added data for Japan and Australia. Thank you so much Tyler. Now the real question is, how do I stay productive at work the rest of the day with all this fresh data to analyze???

For anyone curious on the PP's stats in Japan: https://portfoliocharts.com/portfolio/p ... portfolio/

4.1% average CAGR (well within it's faithful 3-5% real return)
10.1% std dev
Deepest drawdown: 21%
Longest time to recover: 13 years
3.8% SWR

Of course, it's very start date sensitive, those that started investing in Japan in any portfolio in the early 90s had a bad time.
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Re: Tyler Added Data For Japan and Australia!

Post by Tyler » Tue May 07, 2019 8:36 pm

pmward wrote:
Tue May 07, 2019 1:04 pm
Now the real question is, how do I stay productive at work the rest of the day with all this fresh data to analyze???

If you're worried about the time sink, you're in trouble. Portfolio performance in Japan is pretty fascinating!
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Re: Tyler Added Data For Japan and Australia!

Post by pmward » Tue May 07, 2019 9:39 pm

Tyler wrote:
Tue May 07, 2019 8:36 pm
pmward wrote:
Tue May 07, 2019 1:04 pm
Now the real question is, how do I stay productive at work the rest of the day with all this fresh data to analyze???

If you're worried about the time sink, you're in trouble. Portfolio performance in Japan is pretty fascinating!
Yeah, it really it. It's so different from the data I'm used to seeing. It is also nice to be able to see how the portfolios would actually have performed in what is often quoted as the worst case scenario. I've still got a lot of tinkering to do with the data, but so far it is a really good learning experience. Thanks again for adding this. This is a game changer.
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Re: Tyler Added Data For Japan and Australia!

Post by ppnewbie » Tue May 21, 2019 12:48 pm

pmward wrote:
Tue May 07, 2019 1:04 pm
As the subject states, Tyler added data for Japan and Australia. Thank you so much Tyler. Now the real question is, how do I stay productive at work the rest of the day with all this fresh data to analyze???

For anyone curious on the PP's stats in Japan: https://portfoliocharts.com/portfolio/p ... portfolio/

4.1% average CAGR (well within it's faithful 3-5% real return)
10.1% std dev
Deepest drawdown: 21%
Longest time to recover: 13 years
3.8% SWR

Of course, it's very start date sensitive, those that started investing in Japan in any portfolio in the early 90s had a bad time.
Could other portfolio's run against the Japanese and Australian data?
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Re: Tyler Added Data For Japan and Australia!

Post by pmward » Tue May 21, 2019 2:53 pm

ppnewbie wrote:
Tue May 21, 2019 12:48 pm
pmward wrote:
Tue May 07, 2019 1:04 pm
As the subject states, Tyler added data for Japan and Australia. Thank you so much Tyler. Now the real question is, how do I stay productive at work the rest of the day with all this fresh data to analyze???

For anyone curious on the PP's stats in Japan: https://portfoliocharts.com/portfolio/p ... portfolio/

4.1% average CAGR (well within it's faithful 3-5% real return)
10.1% std dev
Deepest drawdown: 21%
Longest time to recover: 13 years
3.8% SWR

Of course, it's very start date sensitive, those that started investing in Japan in any portfolio in the early 90s had a bad time.
Could other portfolio's run against the Japanese and Australian data?
Yep, Japan and Australia data is up on his site for everything. I love it!
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