ETF Yearly Returns Index
The ETF Yearly Returns Index shows how an individual ETF has performed on a yearly basis. Just like the Yearly Stock Returns Index, the ETF Yearly Returns Index is based on the closing price at the end of the previous year to the closing price at the end of the selected year. While the ETF Yearly Returns Index calculates the return of each selected ETF based on price appreciation or depreciation, it does not take into account dividends. Therefore, when comparing ETFs that the majority of their respective total returns are achieved by dividends (such as bond ETFs, dividend ETFs, treasury ETFs, or money market ETFs), then the returns represented in the index will be much lower than the actual total return.
Over time, we plan to include the dividends of ETFs in the Dividend History Index. At that time a total return for each dividend paying ETF can be calculated. The reason dividends aren't included in any of the yearly returns indices is that a few academic institutions use 1Stock1 data in their coursework and they have asked us to keep the returns based on price appreciation separate from the returns earned from dividends. Once again, thanks for visiting 1Stock1.com, we appreciate your continued support.
The ETF Yearly Returns Index is intended for informational purposes only and should not be used as the basis of any
investment decision. The ETF returns in the index have been adjusted for stock splits but dividends have not been included. The ETF Yearly Returns Index values have
been calculated by 1Stock1 and while these values are believed to be accurate, errors are possible. Any information contained in the ETF Yearly Returns Index is property of 1Stock1. Information in the index can be
used for personal use, but it can not be redistributed in any manner (part or in whole), without the written consent of 1Stock1.
The ETF Yearly Returns Index is a work in progress, we plan to add more ETFs, so if
you don't see the ETF you are looking for, keep checking for new updates.
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