2016 Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation (SBBI) Yearbook

August 2016 978-1-119-31640-4 Hardcover (368 pages)

Carla Nunes, James Harrington, Roger Grabowski, Roger Ibbotson

John Wiley & Sons, Inc.

The Duff & Phelps 2016 Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation (SBBI) Yearbook is the industry standard performance data reference, with comprehensive records dating back to 1926. Covering common stocks, long-term government bonds, long-term corporate bonds, Treasury bills, and the Consumer Price Index, this book provides the essential information advisors, planners, and brokers need to analyze asset class performance. Historical return figures include the riskless rate of interest, equity risk premium, bond default premium, and the maturity premium between the return on long-term governments and Treasury bills, and total returns and index values cover large and small company stocks, long- and intermediate-term government bonds, inflation, and more. Charts and graphs allow for quick visual reference, and a clear hierarchical organization pattern facilitates efficient data location.

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As the go-to reference for information and capital market returns, this book provides investors with the critical background they need to analyze future investments. With the most complete historical data available, investors will be able to:


  • Find annual index levels and total rates of return for five basic asset series
  • Access historical return figures for four component series
  • Estimate cost-of-capital based on comprehensive, reliable data
  • Make informed judgments about future investment opportunities

Performance analysis is critical to successful investing, but the analysis can only be as useful as the data is accurate. Decisions made from scant information are not good investment decisions; investors need complete, top-quality data to make informed choices and properly balance risk with reward. The 2016 Stocks, Bonds, Bills, and Inflation (SBBI) Yearbook is the definitive study of historical capital market data in the United States, and the gold-standard reference industry-wide.