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    Hi all,

    Have a simple question. If I had put in $x in VTI in 2012, how much would it have grown to by now? I cant find the right calculator for it. Thanks for the help!

  • #2
    $1 invested in VTI on Jan 2, 2012 would today be worth $1.60 plus you'd have been paid $0.08 in dividends.

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    • #3
      Thank you jz!

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      • #4
        There may be a calculator to tell you how much $10,000 would be by a certain date.  But I didn't see a calculator that let me enter a specific dollar amount.  I think you could figure it out from there.

        Try this calculator.

        The only other calculator that I found would not let me put in VTI and seemed pretty buggy.

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        • #5
          Wonderful thanks Dicast!... this corroborates what jz said pretty closely- $10,000 would be $17,500 today or 1.75x. This is what I needed.

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            Wonderful thanks Dicast!… this corroborates what jz said pretty closely- $10,000 would be $17,500 today or 1.75x. This is what I needed.
            Click to expand...


            Here is another calculator, it breaks up the result by with/without dripping, and lets you compare to any security you wish as well. All of these can be buggy at times so best to check them with another source.

            https://www.dividendchannel.com/drip-returns-calculator/

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