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  • First let's see how your portfolio was designed starting on 07/14/2021.

  • Your portfolio is invested in 7 listed securities.

  • This is your portfolio allocation across asset classes.

  • Your portfolio was constructed using the following approach:

    • Component securities and strategies were bought and held without rebalancing
    • The strategy named 'Standard And Poors 500' was assigned as a comparison benchmark

  • Let's review your performance over the past 0.3 years, from 07/14/2021, the first day data was available, to 10/22/2021.

  • Your portfolio has been profitable in 100% of annual periods. Its average annual return of 59.7% has been achieved with performance swings from +13.7% in its best year to 13.7%.

    Net Annualized Returns
    Since inception 59.7%
    Year to date 13.7%
    Last 12 months n/a
    Past 3 years n/a
    Past 5 years n/a
    Past 10 years n/a
    Rolling 12-Month Returns Statistics
    Number of positive periods 100%
    Average when positive 13.7%
    Average when negative 0%
    Best 12 months 13.7%
    Worst 12 months 13.7%
    Rolling statistics are based on the analysis of the -151 twelve-month time windows in your portfolio's data history from 07/14/2021 to 10/22/2021.
  • Here is its performance in each calendar year, consistent with its overall 59.7% annual returns. Move your cursor over the chart to see returns in individual years.

  • Each calendar year has a balance of months with negative and positive performance.

  • Performance comparison of your portfolio and global asset classes.

    Natural Resources +84.3%
    Global Real Estate +35.3%
    US Broad Stock Market +21.2%
    Global Stocks +17.1%
    WealthBuilder Crypto Blockchain Port +13.7%
    Emerging Markets Stocks +4.5%
    Municipal Bonds +0%
    Emerging Markets Bonds -1.9%
    Intermediate Government Bonds -2.7%
    Gold Bullion -4.2%
    Intermediate-Term Bonds 0%
  • Here is the growth of 1000 invested in your portfolio on 07/14/2021 compared to its benchmark.

    The vertical axis uses a log scale. As a result a 2% gain/loss (for instance) in 2013 looks like a dip of the same size as a 2% loss/gain in a previous year.
  • Portfolio pro-forma monthly net performance.

    Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec YTD
  • The portfolio's Sharpe ratio history helps build expectations for how market environments impact quality of returns.

    This chart shows 3-year rolling Sharpe ratios computed using a risk-free rate of 1%.
  • Let's now look at the range of expected future returns.

  • The top and bottom curves on this chart show the growth that can be expected from this portfolio with 95 percent confidence. Move your mouse over the chart to view numbers.

  • This is what the previous chart suggests you can expect short-term after investing $1,000 in this portfolio.

    • Your account could be worth between $1,137 and $1,137 after six months.
    • It could be worth between $1,137 and $1,137 after a year.
    • These ranges are consistent with long-term annual returns of 59.7%.

  • Let's start with a summary. Your portfolio's risk-versus-return score on a scale of 0 to 100 is 73.6.

  • Your score of 73.6 indicates where your portfolio falls on the spectrum of risk versus expected returns.

    • A score of 100 aims for the highest long-term returns, with high risk.
    • A score of 73.6 is neither good nor bad.
    • The goal is that it intuitively reflect your intent for this investment.
  • To visualize how your risk score can be adjusted to suit your objectives, let's compare it to efficient-frontier portfolios.

    • Efficient-frontier portfolios are computed dynamically using all the portfolios tracked by investors on this website.
    • They have delivered the best returns for the risk taken.
    • The portfolio nearest the top-right of the chart has the highest risk-return balance. Its risk score is 100.
  • Here is your portfolio along with the portfolios on the Efficient Frontier. Click on a portfolio bubble if you wish to replace your portfolio with one on the Efficient Frontier.

  • Now let's look at other measures of risk.

  • Drawdowns measure how much a portfolio has dropped below its most recent peak value.

    • A drawdown of 0% means the portfolio has reached a new high.
    • Most of the time a portfolio is below its last peak as markets fluctuate.
    • Only once in a while does it reach a new peak, and the drawdown reverts to 0.
    • Average and maximum drawdowns give an indication of risk.
  • Your portfolio's drawdown history highlights how deep losses were and how long it took to recover.

    Drawdowns are shown as percentage losses from the most recent peak value.
  • Your portfolio's largest historical drawdown was -16.5%.

  • Here is a summary of the most common risk metrics. Click on highlights for definitions.

    Risk Analysis
    Volatility 36.7%
    Sharpe ratio 1.6
    Sortino ratio 2.9
    Duration (years) 0
    Current drawdown -4.9%
    Risk score (0 to 100): 73.6
    Maximum Drawdown
    Maximum drawdown -16.5%
    MAR ratio 3.6
    Length in months 2
    Start 09/03/2021
    Trough 09/29/2021
    Recovery 10/22/2021
    Trough to recovery (months) 1
    Statistics computed from 07/14/2021 to 10/22/2021.
  • Your portfolio's average volatility since 07/14/2021 is 36.7%.

  • This is how your portfolio compares to the broad U.S. stock and bond markets since 07/14/2021.

    The size of each bubble is proportional to Sharpe ratio
  • The portfolio's overall correlation to its benchmark is 87%. The 6-month correlation history below highlights its sensitivity to market environments.


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Past performance shown is back-tested and does not indicate future performance. Please click the 'Disclosures' link below.
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