Some (but not all) of the charts this week have shown an unexplained, large jump in Average CAGR.Example:XOM (48+ year history) 28.7%Last week, XOM had 15.5% Average CAGR over the same 48+ years.Could there be double-counting of early year dividends?That would push the dividend-adjusted price line way down near the left side of the graph, resulting in a steeper CAGR line.SubGuy
It appears that some (but not all) of the long-term CAGR charts have corrected to more reasonable values.For example, XOM now has a 56-year chart with 14.2% CAGR.
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