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Performance of Canadian assets this decade

How have various Canadian Assets performed since the heydays of 2000?

Which asset do you think appreciated the most?

stocks
bonds
commodities
your house

The chart below answers your question…

For the curious, here is the table with the relevant values:

Asset Class Proxy Annualized Return Total Return (Unannualized) Value of $100 at Start of Period
Stocks S&P TSX Composite Index 3.67% 45.13% $145
Bonds iShares Canada DEX Universe Bond Index 3.94% 43.95% $144
Commodities Bank of Canada Commodity Price Index 5.78% 78.68% $179
Existing Homes Teranet House Price Index 6.22% 86.51% $187
Inflation Consumer Price Index 1.89% 21.30% $121

Data Source:

Bank of Canada, Teranet, iShares & Yahoo Finance

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