Buy Alexandria Real Estate: February 2010

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A Very Self-Explanatory Chart

It's very rare or more likely never that I've posted a picture or chart without much explanation.  However, this chart showing the return on investment over the last decade requires very little commentary.  Granted... depending upon your timing, your return may be significantly different.  However, the chart does make its point.

Please note: Past performance is not necessarily indicative of future returns.

Return on Investment

 

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Comment balloon 10 commentsBrian Block • February 27 2010 07:35AM
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