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Growth since January 1, 2001 (inception)

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$1,000,000 invested on January 1, 2001, earning rates of return equal to the average of pure equity accounts at Byrne Asset Management, would by June 30, 2017 have grown to $3,265,022. The indicated compounded annual rate of return for this period was 7.43%.*

$1,000,000 invested in the Vanguard 500 Index Fund, perhaps the most efficient manner one can purchase the S&P 500, for the same period would have grown to $2,495,346. The indicated compounded annual rate of return for this period was 5.70%.*

Growth since January 1, 2009

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$1,000,000 invested on January 1, 2009, earning rates of return equal to the average of pure equity accounts at Byrne Asset Management, would by June 30, 2017 have grown to $3,011,682. The indicated compounded annual rate of return for this period was 13.85%.*

$1,000,000 invested in the Vanguard 500 Index Fund, for the same period would have grown to $3,184,828. The indicated compounded annual rate of return for this period was 14.60%.*

$1,000,000 earning the average rate of return of all Morningstar rated large cap blend funds during the same period would have grown to $2,919,857. The indicated compounded annual rate of return for this period was 13.44%.*


* Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future performance. Results for individual clients may vary. Results are not audited. Byrne Asset numbers include all actively managed equity accounts and reflect the reinvestment of dividends and deduction of all fees. As one can not invest in an actual index, for comparative purposes we show returns and other statistics of the Vanguard 500 Index Fund, a mutual fund that very effectively tracks the performance of the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index.

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