ETF Comparisons
Annualized Returns and Adjusted Closing Price for each Time Period
ETF Current
Sep 23, 2019
6 Months
Mar 22, 2019
1 Year
Sep 21, 2018
2 Years
Sep 22, 2017
3 Years
Sep 23, 2016
5 Years
Sep 23, 2014
10 Years
Sep 23, 2009
NASDAQ Invesco QQQ
QQQ
-
14.2%
4.63%
15.7%
18.2%
15.1%
17.4%
$190.59
$178.17
$182.12
$142.24
$115.47
$ 94.3
$38.33
Vanguard S&P 500
VOO
-
16.3%
4.27%
11.6%
13.7%
10.8%
$275.38
$255.13
$264.04
$221.22
$187.63
$164.82
iShares MSCI China
MCHI
-
-8.41%
-3.02%
-3.21%
7.28%
5.54%
$57.83
$60.46
$59.64
$61.73
$46.85
$44.17
iShares MSCI Hong Kong
EWH
-
-15.1%
-1.82%
0.152%
5.05%
5.03%
7.31%
$23.08
$25.08
$23.51
$23.01
$19.91
$18.06
$ 11.4
SPDR Straits Times Index
ES3.SI
-
1.94%
1.28%
2.34%
6.83%
2.41%
3.7%
$3.185
$3.1542
$3.145
$3.0408
$2.6125
$2.8273
$2.2161
NikkoAM-STC Asia REIT
CFA.SI
-
16.4%
21.6%
13.4%
$1.285
$1.1899
$1.0571
$0.999
Phillip SGX APAC Dividend Leaders REIT
BYI.SI
-
-41.7%
-17.9%
-7.31%
$1.081
$1.414
$1.3138
$1.2576

I used the adjusted closing prices from Yahoo Finance to track the performance of various ETFs. By factoring in dividends & splits, the adjusted closing prices (compared to historical prices) can better show the yield for each ETF.

The adjusted closing prices are colored by comparing against other prices for the same ETF across the 10-year period. Dark green is for the highest price, while dark red is the lowest. The CAGR table has values compared across ETFs in the same time period, again with dark green being the best.

One observation: Despite the strong growth of China's economy, the US still enjoys better returns in it's public stock market.