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The answer is incorrect, or at least severely simplified. Consider what happens if you expect market rates to decrease by 2% and everyone else is expecting them to decrease by 3%. Then long bonds will fall in value, if your expectation was correct. The key here is that investing in long bonds makes sense only if you expect market rates to decrease more ...


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I like Sharesight.com, it lets you track up to 10 funds and splits things out nicely by equity gain, currency gain and dividend gains. Yahoo portfolios are also okay, but they don’t show dividends.


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Here's a DRIP calculator that will allow you to pick a time frame. It will give you the separate stats for reinvestment of dividends and without reinvestment.


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