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Subject: multiple fund comparison tool? Date: 8/30/2001 8:27 PM
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I've been to a few other investing sites, and have found many useful "tools" that will let you plot a single funds performance against an index of your choice (S&P 500, for eg.). I've also found tools that let you plot one fund against another.

Has anyone found a site that has a tool that will allow graphical plotting of MULTIPLE funds against the S&P? I'd like to see a bunch of funds AND the S&P index all on one graph for a 10 year timeline.

I tend to be a "visual" person, and seeing multiple funds plotted against each would help me understand the funds performance over time better than trying to judge each only against the S&P 500.

Can anyone point me to such a tool?

Windy

(Yeah, I could do my own spreadsheet and make a graph, but if it's been done already, why reinvent the wheel?)
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