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I have two portfolios I've created using the Fool "My Portfolio" button.
One is stocks I own; the other is stocks I've sold (using the actual sale price as the "buy" price). Guess which one is doing better.

My question is: when I am viewing these portfolios in the "Annualized Return" box at the upper right I compare both to the S&P 500, but one shows the S&P down 3.4% while the other shows the S&P down 8.3%. ???
Aren't they using the same year?
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