27 August 2013
Today I created a publicly-accessible Google Spreadsheet that calculates the performance of the Permanent Portfolio over a range of dates.
As a proxy for the four asset classes, the spreadsheet uses four ETFs:
At the time of this writing, the spreadsheet looks something like this:
The only cells that should be edited are the start and ending dates, after which the spreadsheet calculates the performance of the portfolio over that range (assuming a 25% allocation to each.)
If you’d like to create a copy of this spreadsheet for your own use, you can find it here: