Listed below are various charts and graphs that illustrate key BetterInvesting facts or principles.
From the May 2004 Voice of the American Shareholder survey. Respondents were asked how they would allocate their funds. Half were told they had $10,000 to invest. The other half were told they had $100,000 to invest.
According to the May 2004 Voice of the American Shareholder survey, men are more aware of the mutual fund scandals than women, and they are also more concerned about the scandals.
The BetterInvesting Top 100 Index was born out of a desire to explore the collective performance of the stocks most widely held by BetterInvesting investors over time. For more details, see www.better-investing.org/articles/bi/1076/8443
This chart shows how a $10,000 investment would grow at various rates of return over 10, 20 and 30 years.
This chart, based on BetterInvesting's Annual Performance Survey, compares the performance of investment clubs with that of the S&P 500.
This chart shows the growth in the number of investment clubs from 1955 to the present.