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Growth of 10,000 Chart Does Not Match Interactive Chart

The Growth of 10,000 for VTI from 2009 through Dec. 10, 2019 is 44,043.

https://www.morningstar.com/etfs/arcx/vti/quote

The value is 34,681 for the same period in the interactive chart.

The table shows a YTD total return of 26.80% but the interactive chart for shows the growth of 10,000 to be 12,498.24 which implies a return of 24.98%.

And the return for 2018 in the table is -5.21% but the interactive chart shows an ending value of 9,233.83 which implies a return of -7.66%.

Why are the interactive numbers different from the static?

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Re: Growth of 10,000 Chart Does Not Match Interactive Chart


@neilheart wrote:

The Growth of 10,000 for VTI from 2009 through Dec. 10, 2019 is 44,043.

https://www.morningstar.com/etfs/arcx/vti/quote

The value is 34,681 for the same period in the interactive chart.

The table shows a YTD total return of 26.80% but the interactive chart for shows the growth of 10,000 to be 12,498.24 which implies a return of 24.98%.

And the return for 2018 in the table is -5.21% but the interactive chart shows an ending value of 9,233.83 which implies a return of -7.66%.

Why are the interactive numbers different from the static?


This is a known issue.

Interactive charts do reinvestment for mutual funds only. But the ETF charts, self-standing or when added to mutual fund chart, are price only charts.

This is unlike the old M* Charts. There, the reinvestment kicked in for ETFs when they were added to mutual fund charts. Self-standing ETF charts were price charts.

@RyanM , @Darrin are aware of the issue.

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