Backtest Portfolio Asset Allocation

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Portfolio Analysis Results (Jan 2021 - Feb 2023)

Portfolio 1

Ticker Name Allocation
CI Cigna Group 4.00%
JNJ Johnson & Johnson 4.00%
WMT Walmart Inc 4.00%
WM Waste Management, Inc. 4.00%
VZ Verizon Communications Inc. 4.00%
USB U.S. Bancorp 4.00%
UNH UnitedHealth Group Incorporated 4.00%
PG Procter & Gamble Company 4.00%
PEP Pepsico Inc 4.00%
NEE NextEra Energy, Inc. 4.00%
MRK Merck & Company, Inc. 4.00%
MDLZ Mondelez International, Inc. 4.00%
LMT Lockheed Martin Corporation 4.00%
LHX L3harris Technologies Inc 4.00%
KO Coca-Cola Company 4.00%
KMB Kimberly-Clark Corporation 4.00%
INTC Intel Corporation 4.00%
HSY Hershey Company 4.00%
GIS General Mills, Inc. 4.00%
D Dominion Energy Inc 4.00%
COST Costco Wholesale Corporation 4.00%
CL Colgate-Palmolive Company 4.00%
BRK.B Berkshire Hathaway Inc. 4.00%
ALL Allstate Corporation 4.00%
ABT Abbott Laboratories 4.00%
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Performance Summary

Portfolio performance statistics
PortfolioInitial BalanceFinal BalanceCAGRStdevBest YearWorst YearMax. DrawdownSharpe RatioSortino RatioMarket Correlation
Portfolio 1$10,000$11,575 6.99% 13.45%17.53%-4.22%-9.51% 0.480.920.68
Vanguard 500 Index Investor$10,000$10,895 4.04% 18.56%28.53%-18.23%-23.95% 0.240.341.00

Portfolio Growth


Annual Returns

Trailing Returns

Trailing Returns
NameTotal ReturnAnnualized Return
3 MonthYear To Date1 yearFull
Portfolio 1-6.02%-4.22%-0.38%6.99%
Vanguard 500 Index Investor-2.32%3.66%-7.83%4.04%
Trailing returns are as of last full calendar month ending February 2023
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  • Portfolio model information represents a blended portfolio consisting of the model's underlying positions and assigned weights provided by the user and rebalanced at the specified schedule. The results were constructed using net of fee mutual fund performance. Portfolio Visualizer does not provide preferential treatment to any specific security or investment.
  • The results are based on the total return of assets and assume that all received dividends and distributions are reinvested.
  • Market capitalization refers to the total value of all a company's shares of stock. It is calculated by multiplying the price of a stock by its total number of outstanding shares. Large cap refers to a company with a market capitalization value of more than $10 billion, mid cap refers to a company with a market capitalization value between $2 and $10 billion, and small cap refers to a company with a market capitalization value below $2 billion. For funds and portfolios the equity market capitalization is calculated based on the long position of the equity holdings.
  • Credit quality measures the ability of a bond issuer to repay a bond's interest and principal in a timely manner. Ratings agencies research the financial health of each bond issuer and assign ratings to the bonds being offered. Lower-rated bonds generally offer higher yields to compensate investors for the additional risk. AAA is the highest possible rating that may be assigned to an issuer's bonds by any of the major credit rating agencies. Bonds rated AAA to AA are known as high-grade bonds, bonds rated A to BBB are known as medium-grade bonds, and bonds rated BB to C are known as non-investment grade bonds. An issuer will receive a rating of D if it is already in default on some of its debt. For funds and portfolios the fixed income credit quality break-down is calculated based on the long position of the fixed income holdings.
  • A fixed income maturity date refers to the specific date on which the investor's principal will be repaid. Duration measures a bond's or fixed income portfolio's price sensitivity to interest rate changes. If a bond has a duration of 5 years, and interest rates increase by 1%, the bond's price will decline by approximately 5%. Conversely, if a bond has a duration of 5 years and interest rates fall by 1%, the bond's price will increase by approximately 5%. A fixed income portfolio's duration is computed as the weighted average of individual bond durations held in the portfolio.
  • Compound annualized growth rate (CAGR) is the annualized geometric mean return of the portfolio. It is calculated from the portfolio start and end balance and is thus impacted by any cashflows.
  • The time-weighted rate of return (TWRR) is a measure of the compound rate of growth in a portfolio. This is calculated from the holding period returns (e.g. monthly returns), and TWRR will thus not be impacted by cashflows. If there are no external cashflows, TWRR will equal CAGR.
  • The money-weighted rate of return (MWRR) is the internal rate of return (IRR) taking into account cashflows. This is the discount rate at which the present value of cash inflows equals the present value of cash outflows.
  • Total return is the combined return in income and capital appreciation from investment in an asset. Yield measures the current cash income received from investment in an asset. Bonds provide yield in the form of interest payments and stocks through dividends.
  • Standard deviation (Stdev) is used to measure the dispersion of returns around the mean and is often used as a measure of risk. A higher standard deviation implies greater the dispersion of data points around the mean.
  • Sharpe Ratio is a measure of risk-adjusted performance of the portfolio, and it is calculated by dividing the mean monthly excess return of the portfolio over the risk-free rate by the standard deviation of excess return, and the displayed value is annualized.
  • Sortino Ratio is a measure of risk-adjusted return which is a modification of the Sharpe Ratio. While the latter is the ratio of average returns in excess of a risk-free rate divided by the standard deviation of those excess returns, the Sortino Ratio has the same denominator divided by the standard deviation of returns below the risk-free rate.
  • Treynor Ratio is a measure of risk-adjusted performance of the portfolio. It is similar to the Sharpe Ratio, but it uses portfolio beta (systematic risk) as the risk metric in the denominator.
  • Calmar Ratio is a measure of risk-adjusted performance of the portfolio. It is calculated as the annualized return over the past 36 months divided by the maximum drawdown over the past 36 months based on monthly returns.
  • Risk-free returns are calculated based on the Federal Reserve 3-Month Treasury Bill (secondary market) rates.
  • Downside deviation measures the downside volatility of the portfolio returns unlike standard deviation, which includes both upside and downside deviations. Downside deviation is calculated based on negative returns that hurt the portfolio performance.
  • Correlation measures to what degree the returns of the two assets move in relation to each other. Correlation coefficient is a numerical value between -1 and +1. If one variable goes up by a certain amount, the correlation coefficient indicates which way the other variable moves and by how much. Asset correlations are calculated based on monthly returns.
  • Skewness is a measure of the asymmetry of the probability distribution or returns from a normal Gaussian distribution shape about its mean. Negative skewness is associated with the left (typically negative returns) tail of the distribution extending further than the right tail; and positive skewness is associated with the right (typically positive returns) tail of the distribution extending further than the left tail.
  • Excess kurtosis is a measure of whether a data distribution is peaked or flat relative to a normal distribution. Distributions with high kurtosis tend to have a distinct peak near the mean, decline rather rapidly, and have heavy or fat tails.
  • A drawdown refers to the decline in value of a single investment or an investment portfolio from a relative peak value to a relative trough. A maximum drawdown (Max Drawdown) is the maximum observed loss from a peak to a trough of a portfolio before a new peak is attained. Drawdown values are calculated based on monthly returns.
  • Value at Risk (VaR) measures the scale of loss at a given confidence level. If the 5% VaR is -3% the portfolio return is expected to be greater than -3% 95% of the time and less than -3% 5% of the time. Value at Risk can be calculated directly based on historical returns based on a given percentile or analytically based on the mean and standard deviation of the returns.
  • Conditional Value at Risk (CVaR) measures the scale of the expected loss once the specific Value at Risk (VaR) breakpoint has been breached, i.e., it calculates the average tail loss by taking a weighted average between the value at risk and losses exceeding the value at risk.
  • Beta is a measure of systematic risk and measures the volatility of a particular investment relative to the market or its benchmark. Alpha measures the active return of the investment compared to the market benchmark return. R-squared is the percentage of a portfolio's movements that can be explained by movements in the selected benchmark index.
  • Active return is the investment return minus the return of its benchmark. For periods longer than 12 months this is displayed as annualized value, i.e., annualized investment return minus annualized benchmark return.
  • Tracking error, also known as active risk, is the standard deviation of active return. This is displayed as annualized value based on the standard deviation of monthly active returns.
  • Information ratio is the active return divided by the tracking error. It measures whether the investment outperformed its benchmark consistently.
  • Gain/Loss ratio is a measure of downside risk, and it is calculated as the average positive return in up periods divided by the average negative return in down periods.
  • Upside Capture Ratio measures how well the fund performed relative to the benchmark when the market was up, and Downside Capture Ratio measures how well the fund performed relative to the benchmark when the market was down. An upside capture ratio greater than 100 would indicate that the fund outperformed its benchmark when the market was up, and a downside capture ratio below 100 would indicate that the fund lost less than its benchmark when the market was down. To calculate upside capture ratio a new series from the portfolio returns is constructed by dropping all time periods where the benchmark return is less than equal to zero. The up capture is then the quotient of the annualized return of the resulting manager series, divided by the annualized return of the resulting benchmark series. The downside capture ratio is calculated analogously.
  • All risk measures for the portfolio and portfolio assets are calculated based on monthly returns.
  • Gross expense ratio reflects the total annual operating expenses paid by each fund. Net expense ratio reflects what investors were charged after waivers, reductions, and reimbursements.
  • Price to earnings (P/E) ratio of a stock is calculated by dividing the current price of the stock by its trailing 12 months' earnings per share. For funds the price to earnings ratio is computed as the weighted average of fund holdings.
  • The annual results for 2023 are based on monthly returns from January to February.
  • The results assume annual rebalancing of portfolio assets to match the specified allocation.

Annual Returns

Annual returns for the configured portfolios
YearInflationPortfolio 1Vanguard 500 Index InvestorCigna Group (CI)Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)Walmart Inc (WMT)Waste Management, Inc. (WM)Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)U.S. Bancorp (USB)UnitedHealth Group Incorporated (UNH)Procter & Gamble Company (PG)Pepsico Inc (PEP)NextEra Energy, Inc. (NEE)Merck & Company, Inc. (MRK)Mondelez International, Inc. (MDLZ)Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMT)L3harris Technologies Inc (LHX)Coca-Cola Company (KO)Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB)Intel Corporation (INTC)Hershey Company (HSY)General Mills, Inc. (GIS)Dominion Energy Inc (D)Costco Wholesale Corporation (COST)Colgate-Palmolive Company (CL)Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.B)Allstate Corporation (ALL)Abbott Laboratories (ABT)
Annual return for 2023 is from 01/01/2023 to 02/28/2023

Monthly Returns

Monthly returns for the configured portfolios
YearMonthPortfolio 1Vanguard 500 Index InvestorCigna Group (CI)Johnson & Johnson (JNJ)Walmart Inc (WMT)Waste Management, Inc. (WM)Verizon Communications Inc. (VZ)U.S. Bancorp (USB)UnitedHealth Group Incorporated (UNH)Procter & Gamble Company (PG)Pepsico Inc (PEP)NextEra Energy, Inc. (NEE)Merck & Company, Inc. (MRK)Mondelez International, Inc. (MDLZ)Lockheed Martin Corporation (LMT)L3harris Technologies Inc (LHX)Coca-Cola Company (KO)Kimberly-Clark Corporation (KMB)Intel Corporation (INTC)Hershey Company (HSY)General Mills, Inc. (GIS)Dominion Energy Inc (D)Costco Wholesale Corporation (COST)Colgate-Palmolive Company (CL)Berkshire Hathaway Inc. (BRK.B)Allstate Corporation (ALL)Abbott Laboratories (ABT)

Holdings Based Style Analysis for Portfolio 1

Holdings Based Style Analysis for Portfolio 1
TickerNameCategoryWeightTTM YieldContribution
CICigna GroupHealthcare / Healthcare Plans4.00%1.76%$2115.83%
JNJJohnson & JohnsonHealthcare / Drug Manufacturers - General4.00%2.96%$12.803.04%
WMTWalmart IncConsumer Defensive / Discount Stores4.00%1.59%$6.843.97%
WMWaste Management, Inc.Industrials / Waste Management4.00%1.72%$1324.02%
VZVerizon Communications Inc.Communication Services / Telecom Services4.00%6.87%-$1242.17%
USBU.S. BancorpFinancial Services / Banks - Regional4.00%5.39%$53.043.48%
UNHUnitedHealth Group IncorporatedHealthcare / Healthcare Plans4.00%1.39%$1645.52%
PGProcter & Gamble CompanyConsumer Defensive / Household & Personal Products4.00%2.49%$16.614.29%
PEPPepsico IncConsumer Defensive / Beverages - Non-Alcoholic4.00%2.57%$94.894.31%
NEENextEra Energy, Inc.Utilities / Utilities - Regulated Electric4.00%2.30%-$16.763.49%
MRKMerck & Company, Inc.Healthcare / Drug Manufacturers - General4.00%2.71%$2194.18%
MDLZMondelez International, Inc.Consumer Defensive / Confectioners4.00%2.13%$66.625.23%
LMTLockheed Martin CorporationIndustrials / Aerospace & Defense4.00%2.44%$1944.43%
LHXL3harris Technologies IncIndustrials / Aerospace & Defense4.00%2.33%$64.564.65%
KOCoca-Cola CompanyConsumer Defensive / Beverages - Non-Alcoholic4.00%2.92%$64.334.84%
KMBKimberly-Clark CorporationConsumer Defensive / Household & Personal Products4.00%3.57%-$6.753.62%
INTCIntel CorporationTechnology / Semiconductors4.00%4.97%-$2174.02%
HSYHershey CompanyConsumer Defensive / Confectioners4.00%1.62%$2372.89%
GISGeneral Mills, Inc.Consumer Defensive / Packaged Foods4.00%2.51%$1842.37%
DDominion Energy IncUtilities / Utilities - Diversified4.00%4.96%-$1034.46%
COSTCostco Wholesale CorporationConsumer Defensive / Discount Stores4.00%0.73%$1484.36%
CLColgate-Palmolive CompanyConsumer Defensive / Household & Personal Products4.00%2.56%-$48.133.76%
BRK.BBerkshire Hathaway Inc.Financial Services / Insurance - Diversified4.00%$1264.78%
ALLAllstate CorporationFinancial Services / Insurance - Property & Casualty4.00%3.26%$1053.11%
ABTAbbott LaboratoriesHealthcare / Medical Devices4.00%1.96%-$8.583.19%
Asset Allocation
Equity Market Capitalization
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Risk and Return Metrics

Portfolio return and risk metrics
MetricPortfolio 1Vanguard 500 Index Investor
Arithmetic Mean (monthly)0.64%0.47%
Arithmetic Mean (annualized)7.89%5.78%
Geometric Mean (monthly)0.56%0.33%
Geometric Mean (annualized)6.99%4.04%
Standard Deviation (monthly)3.88%5.36%
Standard Deviation (annualized)13.45%18.56%
Downside Deviation (monthly)1.93%3.64%
Maximum Drawdown-9.51%-23.95%
Stock Market Correlation0.681.00
Alpha (annualized)4.71%0.00%
Sharpe Ratio0.480.24
Sortino Ratio0.920.34
Treynor Ratio (%)12.434.43
Active Return2.95%N/A
Tracking Error13.01%N/A
Information Ratio0.23N/A
Excess Kurtosis0.14-0.94
Historical Value-at-Risk (5%)-3.51%-8.61%
Analytical Value-at-Risk (5%)-5.68%-8.34%
Conditional Value-at-Risk (5%)-4.78%-8.98%
Upside Capture Ratio (%)63.67100.00
Downside Capture Ratio (%)53.94100.00
Safe Withdrawal Rate53.95%52.17%
Perpetual Withdrawal Rate0.39%0.00%
Positive Periods12 out of 26 (46.15%)15 out of 26 (57.69%)
Gain/Loss Ratio1.790.90
* Vanguard 500 Index Investor is used as the benchmark for calculations. Value-at-risk metrics are based on monthly values.


Historical Market Stress Periods

Drawdowns for Portfolio 1

Drawdowns for Portfolio 1
RankStartEndLengthRecovery ByRecovery TimeUnderwater PeriodDrawdown
1Apr 2022Sep 20226 monthsNov 20222 months8 months-9.51%
2Dec 2022Feb 20233 months-6.02%
3Jan 2021Feb 20212 monthsMar 20211 month3 months-3.96%
4Sep 2021Sep 20211 monthOct 20211 month2 months-3.62%
5Nov 2021Nov 20211 monthDec 20211 month2 months-3.12%
6Jun 2021Jun 20211 monthJul 20211 month2 months-1.21%
7Jan 2022Feb 20222 monthsMar 20221 month3 months-1.14%

Drawdowns for Vanguard 500 Index Investor

Drawdowns for Vanguard 500 Index Investor
RankStartEndLengthRecovery ByRecovery TimeUnderwater PeriodDrawdown
1Jan 2022Sep 20229 months-23.95%
2Sep 2021Sep 20211 monthOct 20211 month2 months-4.66%
3Jan 2021Jan 20211 monthFeb 20211 month2 months-1.02%
4Nov 2021Nov 20211 monthDec 20211 month2 months-0.71%

Portfolio Assets

Performance statistics for portfolio components
TickerNameCAGRStdevBest YearWorst YearMax DrawdownSharpe RatioSortino RatioMarket Correlation
CICigna Group18.78%26.16%46.69%-11.84%-25.22%0.741.480.30
JNJJohnson & Johnson1.46%15.59%11.45%-12.63%-13.29%
WMTWalmart Inc0.80%21.23%1.97%-0.47%-20.24%
WMWaste Management, Inc.13.32%20.75%43.81%-4.54%-13.48%0.641.210.55
VZVerizon Communications Inc.-12.97%17.75%0.06%-20.01%-30.28%-0.76-0.930.32
USBU.S. Bancorp4.52%26.50%24.31%-19.12%-30.62%0.250.390.60
UNHUnitedHealth Group Incorporated16.57%22.69%45.21%-10.23%-14.00%0.731.640.52
PGProcter & Gamble Company2.08%19.50%20.54%-8.66%-21.46%
PEPPepsico Inc10.28%17.59%20.54%-3.95%-12.89%0.571.040.45
NEENextEra Energy, Inc.-1.64%26.49%23.39%-14.48%-23.52%
MRKMerck & Company, Inc.18.91%25.02%49.38%-4.25%-14.92%0.771.450.23
MDLZMondelez International, Inc.7.36%20.05%15.89%-2.21%-16.72%0.390.720.53
LMTLockheed Martin Corporation17.63%25.16%40.43%-1.90%-12.42%0.711.680.23
LHXL3harris Technologies Inc7.12%26.89%14.98%-0.49%-16.47%0.330.610.43
KOCoca-Cola Company6.78%19.56%11.40%-6.45%-12.20%0.370.570.41
KMBKimberly-Clark Corporation-0.25%20.48%9.69%-7.88%-19.09%
INTCIntel Corporation-24.73%29.32%6.02%-46.65%-58.19%-0.85-0.980.63
HSYHershey Company25.36%14.71%29.55%3.37%-5.82%1.533.320.33
GISGeneral Mills, Inc.18.68%14.96%28.10%-4.57%-7.55%1.142.55-0.08
DDominion Energy Inc-10.16%23.51%8.09%-19.14%-32.75%-0.39-0.490.44
COSTCostco Wholesale Corporation13.10%28.57%51.81%-19.06%-20.32%0.530.790.71
CLColgate-Palmolive Company-4.57%17.02%2.08%-6.39%-16.24%-0.26-0.380.31
BRK.BBerkshire Hathaway Inc.13.52%22.01%28.95%-1.20%-24.34%0.631.010.78
ALLAllstate Corporation10.58%22.22%18.34%-4.37%-19.06%0.510.820.20
ABTAbbott Laboratories-1.70%21.19%30.54%-20.69%-30.42%-0.04-0.060.57

Portfolio Asset Performance

Performance of portfolio assets
NameTotal Return
3 MonthYear To Date1 year
Cigna Group-10.88%-11.84%24.88%
Johnson & Johnson-13.29%-12.63%-4.38%
Walmart Inc-6.40%0.24%6.81%
Waste Management, Inc.-10.36%-4.54%5.37%
Verizon Communications Inc.1.14%0.06%-23.42%
U.S. Bancorp6.31%9.45%-12.06%
UnitedHealth Group Incorporated-12.84%-10.23%1.31%
Procter & Gamble Company-7.19%-8.66%-9.47%
Pepsico Inc-5.88%-3.95%8.80%
NextEra Energy, Inc.-15.59%-14.48%-7.25%
Merck & Company, Inc.-2.89%-4.25%43.15%
Mondelez International, Inc.-3.04%-2.21%1.93%
Lockheed Martin Corporation-1.63%-1.90%12.15%
L3harris Technologies Inc-7.00%1.43%-14.69%
Coca-Cola Company-6.45%-6.45%-1.56%
Kimberly-Clark Corporation-7.02%-7.88%-0.43%
Intel Corporation-16.04%-4.48%-45.39%
Hershey Company1.79%3.37%19.96%
General Mills, Inc.-6.19%-4.57%21.26%
Dominion Energy Inc-7.98%-9.30%-27.55%
Costco Wholesale Corporation-10.06%6.25%-6.12%
Colgate-Palmolive Company-4.81%-6.39%-2.35%
Berkshire Hathaway Inc.-4.21%-1.20%-5.06%
Allstate Corporation-3.16%-4.37%8.07%
Abbott Laboratories-5.01%-6.93%-14.18%
Trailing returns as of last calendar month ending February 2023

Monthly Correlations

Correlations for the portfolio assets
CICigna Group1.000.610.320.320.290.270.660.490.590.250.480.700.530.430.610.440.270.450.640.550.040.650.460.440.430.750.32
JNJJohnson & Johnson0.611.000.440.360.12-0.050.600.520.580.330.500.540.260.160.530.470.300.490.440.360.140.500.480.500.520.660.27
WMTWalmart Inc0.320.441.000.67-
WMWaste Management, Inc.0.320.360.671.00-
VZVerizon Communications Inc.0.290.12-0.24-
USBU.S. Bancorp0.27-
UNHUnitedHealth Group Incorporated0.660.600.600.680.
PGProcter & Gamble Company0.490.520.510.540.210.150.551.000.780.230.440.840.430.200.810.850.200.570.620.310.360.780.360.180.380.740.34
PEPPepsico Inc0.590.580.650.640.110.130.790.781.000.330.620.830.480.360.800.630.070.790.660.470.470.750.480.230.270.830.50
NEENextEra Energy, Inc.0.250.330.290.500.09-0.030.480.230.331.000.060.26-
MRKMerck & Company, Inc.0.480.500.480.
MDLZMondelez International, Inc.0.700.540.540.500.390.380.650.840.830.260.531.000.570.410.860.750.320.650.640.430.380.860.580.290.430.880.56
LMTLockheed Martin Corporation0.530.
LHXL3harris Technologies Inc0.430.
KOCoca-Cola Company0.610.530.480.530.410.370.730.810.800.200.560.860.540.511.000.620.140.680.510.480.340.770.550.330.270.840.45
KMBKimberly-Clark Corporation0.440.470.360.380.190.050.370.850.630.120.430.750.380.130.621.000.270.420.610.230.210.710.11-0.060.360.600.20
INTCIntel Corporation0.270.300.160.180.440.560.
HSYHershey Company0.450.490.630.54-0.14-0.010.710.570.790.120.330.650.550.460.680.420.031.000.510.360.440.530.520.24-0.030.660.36
GISGeneral Mills, Inc.0.640.440.340.330.00-0.090.530.620.660.110.470.640.390.120.510.61-0.060.511.
DDominion Energy Inc0.550.360.300.480.410.350.580.310.470.320.220.430.310.420.480.230.270.360.201.000.330.430.440.340.350.640.47
COSTCostco Wholesale Corporation0.040.140.670.660.040.150.520.360.470.490.060.380.070.330.340.210.330.440.090.331.000.210.46-
CLColgate-Palmolive Company0.650.500.300.440.350.260.600.780.750.300.420.860.440.210.770.710.150.530.660.430.211.000.340.340.350.750.35
BRK.BBerkshire Hathaway Inc.0.460.480.600.460.280.590.540.360.480.320.310.580.450.450.550.110.560.520.070.440.460.341.000.510.390.740.80
ALLAllstate Corporation0.440.500.210.310.310.310.310.
ABTAbbott Laboratories0.430.520.290.310.300.200.410.380.270.620.230.43-

Portfolio Return Decomposition

Portfolio return decomposition
TickerNamePortfolio 1
CICigna Group$211
JNJJohnson & Johnson$12.80
WMTWalmart Inc$6.84
WMWaste Management, Inc.$132
VZVerizon Communications Inc.-$124
USBU.S. Bancorp$53.04
UNHUnitedHealth Group Incorporated$164
PGProcter & Gamble Company$16.61
PEPPepsico Inc$94.89
NEENextEra Energy, Inc.-$16.76
MRKMerck & Company, Inc.$219
MDLZMondelez International, Inc.$66.62
LMTLockheed Martin Corporation$194
LHXL3harris Technologies Inc$64.56
KOCoca-Cola Company$64.33
KMBKimberly-Clark Corporation-$6.75
INTCIntel Corporation-$217
HSYHershey Company$237
GISGeneral Mills, Inc.$184
DDominion Energy Inc-$103
COSTCostco Wholesale Corporation$148
CLColgate-Palmolive Company-$48.13
BRK.BBerkshire Hathaway Inc.$126
ALLAllstate Corporation$105
ABTAbbott Laboratories-$8.58
Return attribution decomposes portfolio gains into its constituent parts and identifies the contribution to returns by each of the assets.

Portfolio Risk Decomposition

Portfolio risk decomposition
TickerNamePortfolio 1
CICigna Group5.83%
JNJJohnson & Johnson3.04%
WMTWalmart Inc3.97%
WMWaste Management, Inc.4.02%
VZVerizon Communications Inc.2.17%
USBU.S. Bancorp3.48%
UNHUnitedHealth Group Incorporated5.52%
PGProcter & Gamble Company4.29%
PEPPepsico Inc4.31%
NEENextEra Energy, Inc.3.49%
MRKMerck & Company, Inc.4.18%
MDLZMondelez International, Inc.5.23%
LMTLockheed Martin Corporation4.43%
LHXL3harris Technologies Inc4.65%
KOCoca-Cola Company4.84%
KMBKimberly-Clark Corporation3.62%
INTCIntel Corporation4.02%
HSYHershey Company2.89%
GISGeneral Mills, Inc.2.37%
DDominion Energy Inc4.46%
COSTCostco Wholesale Corporation4.36%
CLColgate-Palmolive Company3.76%
BRK.BBerkshire Hathaway Inc.4.78%
ALLAllstate Corporation3.11%
ABTAbbott Laboratories3.19%
Risk attribution decomposes portfolio risk into its constituent parts and identifies the contribution to overall volatility by each of the assets.

Annual Asset Returns