Article What if You had Invested $10,000 at the 2008’s Low?

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Imagine you had invested $10,000 at the bottom in 2008. The results you find below might not blow you away on an actual basis, but the amount invested is all relative based on your financial situation. It’s the percentage gain that’s more important because that number is going to be the same for everyone – assuming investors poured money into the market at the exact same time for this hypothetical situation. In addition to looking at how much money you would have made, we’ll also take a brief look to see if the same kind of return is possible over the next eight years.
S&P 500 The S&P 500 consists of approximately 500 large-cap stocks (it’s never exactly 500 stocks these days and tends to change) that are either listed on the NYSE or NASDAQ. Most retail investors refer to the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), which includes 30 stocks, when talking about how the market is doing. Most professional investors and traders refer to the S&P 500 because it tracks approximately...
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Yes you would have turned 10k to 30k , however if you are a good daytrader you would have turned 10k to 50k by making 2% monthly ;)
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