Five Observations For Investment Planning For The Decades Ahead
Published Friday, November 12, 2021 at: 8:08 PM EST
Here are 21 crises that occurred since 1957 charted against the performance of the Standard & Poor’s 500 index, a benchmark of the stock market and proxy for measuring the progress and strength of the United States. Looking back on 64 years of modern American history, here are five observations to help investors plan for the decades ahead: From the late 1960s through 1995, stocks annually averaged less than the 7% rate averaged over the past 64 years. In 1997, the tech bubble began to form, and stocks soared for three years, through June 2000. It was the tech-stock bubble. It burst in...
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