Investment Track Records

Equities & Options [Long-Only, Bottom-Up Approach]

Note:  25 February 2015 was the first day that Chris puts in money in his US brokerage account. Subsequently, the additional deposits dates are considered in counting the XIRR. The S&P 500 and STI ETF is used as a benchmark to compare my results. The table beside shows the return that we will get if we put in X dollar in S&P 500 and STI ETF on 25 February 2015 and take it out end Q3 2017.


Disclaimer: The figures here are an approximation based on my personal calculation at spot exchange rate at the time of the trade and may not be 100% accurate.

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