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Hello again,

I was wondering if there is anywhere I could find historic data for returns in the markets over long periods of time for different asset allocations? Example:

Over the past 30 years 80% stocks and 20% bonds returned what? Or 60% stocks and 40% bonds returned what?

I understand I would have to subtract for cost of investments and taxes, I would just like to see the data if anyone could point me in the right direction.


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