Over the past 10 years, the stock market has experienced one of the worst recessions in history, and then a tough fight began, in which some succeeded, while others barely kept afloat. We examined the history of prices to find out what the $ 1,000 invested in 2008 in popular companies would have turned into in 10 years.
SPDR S&P 500 ETF (AMEX 😕 SPY) – $ 1,932.47
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 138.39
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 266.24
• Average annual growth: 6.76%
Investing in ETFs is perhaps the easiest way to invest in stocks. S&SPDR P500 is one of the most popular ETFs that track S&P500. It is usually considered the benchmark by which the effectiveness of most stocks is evaluated..
Thus, investments of $ 1,000 a decade ago would have doubled today. This reflects well the aggregate growth and reliability of S basket companies.&P500.
Apple (NASDAQ:? AAPL) – $ 7.407.06
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 24.99
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 185.16
• Average annual growth: 22.17%
Apple is one of the most famous and iconic brands in the world. Less than a year before our benchmark, the company launched the iPhone and became a technology firm. Today, this consumer goods giant, revolutionizing smartphones and becoming the most expensive company in the world (more than $ 1 trillion).
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) – $ 74,394.38
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 4.52
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 326.26
• Average annual growth: 53.87%
Netflix turned into a dominant media company, so its stocks began to fluctuate greatly. But, like Apple, Netflix remained the same firm as in 2008. The DVD rental provider simply switched to the latest communication technology. Netflix started streaming service the same year..
If in 2008 you said that the future is for streaming, then your investment has probably increased 75 times.
Alphabet (NASDAQ 😕 GOOGL) – $ 3,626.72
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 292.13
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 1,059.46
• Average annual growth: 13.75%
The holding, which owns the Google technology mastodon, has been expanding and expanding its horizons for all 10 years. Today they produce software products for almost any office or home appliance. From virtual assistants to entertainment services.
Walt Disney Co. (NYSE 😕 DIS) – $ 3.158.94
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 32.45
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 102.48
• Average annual growth: 12.19%
Disney, with its television shows, networks, films and theme parks, has grown into a giant player in the entertainment industry. Concern shares slowed down in 2016 and 2017 due to the low number of subscribers in the subsidiary ESPN, but growth continued.
Coca-Cola Company (NYSE 😕 KO) – $ 1.438.09
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 29.31
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 42.14
• Average annual growth: 3.7%
The canonical soda brand has become one of the most successful investments of the legendary Warren Buffett. True, sweet soda drinks are now losing relevance and popularity, so in the long term, the company’s profitability may decline.
Walmart (NYSE:? WMT) – $ 1,468.9
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 58.20
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 85.47
• Average annual growth: 3.92%
The largest retail retailer in the world in 2015 suffered a little from competitors in the face of Amazon and internal negative factors. These are the first shares on the list that over the past 10 years did not match the growth of the S index&P500.
Transocean Ltd. (RIG) – $ 83.36
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 146.95
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 12.25
• Average annual growth: -22%
In the noughties, Transocean, being a large and strong company, was hit hard by oil spills, and in the second half of the year it was crushed by a general drop in markets. Then there was the accident of Deepwater Horizon in 2010. As a result, a thousand invested ten years ago would depreciate to $ 83.
Trex Company, Inc. (NYSE:? TREX) – $ 23,582.58
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 4.5
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 106.14
• Average annual growth: 37.17%
Another great example of how much you can earn on stocks. Trex produces wood / plastic composites used for the manufacture of outdoor decks. Judging by how well the company has grown over 10 years, this business is extremely profitable. Despite the general consistent nature, in 2017 the growth was especially hot (+ 70% per year.)
Microsoft (NASDAQ: MSFT) – $ 3,376.59
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 28.5
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 96.22
• Average annual growth: 12.94%
Although Microsoft is no longer the center for producing billionaires in the 1990s, the company is still very successful. Now it remains one of the most reliable and safe investment options..
Nike (NYSE: NKE) – $ 4,152.34
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 16.7
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 69.34
• Average annual growth: 15.3%
Nike is still an innovator and leader in the sports equipment and apparel industry. Proper marketing and good advertising surely keep the company afloat, so the situation for 10 years looks very good, despite the weakening in 2016.
General Electric (NYSE: GE) – $ 428.76
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 32.8
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 14.07
• Average annual growth: -8.12%.
Like many others, General Electric stocks plummeted during the 2008-09 crisis. GE Capital’s financial division failed to deal with the blows, and also made a number of mistakes in 2014 and 2017.
Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) – $ 20,406.42
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 78.4
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 1,600.14
• Average annual growth: 35.2%
Amazon is the leader in e-commerce, constantly introducing new technologies, services and products. The company’s shares have been strong for all 10 years. Therefore, Amazon is another option for investing with high reliability..
Pfizer (NYSE 😕 PFE) – $ 1,732.59
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 20.17
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 34.93
• Average annual growth: 5.65%
Thinking about investing in the health sector? Pfizer is one of the best options for beginner investors. On the one hand, the biopharmaceutical concern is growing steadily, but on the other, it lags behind the industry group and the S index&P500.
McDonald’s (NYSE: MCD) – $ 2,711.11
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 59.54
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 165
• Average annual growth: 10.73%
McDonald’s copes with the need to adjust to the industry and regularly come up with new chips. The onslaught of competitors and the demands of consumers forced the company to offer breakfast all day and switch to fresh beef for burgers. The answer was a steady increase in stock prices..
Starbucks (NASDAQ: SBUX) – $ 7,197.57
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 7.98
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 57.45
• Average annual growth: 21.82%
Starbucks has turned coffee into a lifestyle, both within the United States and abroad. The company has endured several financial crises, and more recently, boycotts in the United States due to a racial incident with two African Americans in Philadelphia. The wave of negativity began to subside almost immediately, so the consequences of this case are unlikely to be fatal.
Chesapeake Energy Corporation (NYSE: CHK) – $ 62.70
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 49.22
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 3.13
• Average annual growth: -24.19%
The oil company could not cope with the blows of the financial crisis in 2008 and the fall in oil prices in 2014. This means that an investment of $ 1,000 over 10 years turned into $ 62.7. Unfortunately, you cannot do without negative examples of how much you can earn on stocks in the stock market..
FedEx (NYSE: FDX) – $ 2.542.33
• May 1, 2008 price: $ 95.59
• May 1, 2018 price: $ 243.12
• Average annual growth: 9.78%
FedEx and other courier services have grown well with the e-commerce and online sales markets. FedEx, as one of the industry leaders, has increased the value of its shares 2.5 times in 10 years.
Oracle (NYSE: ORCL) – $ 2,193.15
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 21.01
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 46.07
• Average annual growth: 8.17%
The largest software maker. Oracle stock price growth is not the most striking, but they are still ahead of S&P500. Moreover, the company has taken a new peak, surpassing its own price record since 2000..
The Boeing Company (NYSE:? BA) – $ 4.010.52
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 84.86
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 340.43
• Average annual growth: 14.9%
Boeing shares are one of the strongest assets in the Dow Jones basket over the past 10 years. However, most of this profit has been earned over the past couple of years – the company’s shares have almost doubled since the beginning of 2017.
The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) – $ 228.61
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 120.56
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 27.56
• Average annual growth: -13.72%
Mosaic is a major producer of potash and phosphate fertilizers. And its shares in the last 10 years have been produced only by disappointed investors – the price of assets has fallen by almost five times. From the photos of those who lost money on MOS, one could make a big collage.
Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ 😕 ATVI) – $ 5,194.05
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 13.55
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 70.37
• Average annual growth: 17.91%
Shares of Activision Blizzard (a manufacturer of computer games) held well in the period from 2010 to 2013, rising from $ 11.23 to $ 18.29. Subsequently, the shares gained another 530%, and became one of the most reliable assets in the industry..
Estee Lauder Companies, Inc. (NYSE: EL) – $ 5.864.41
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 22.81
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 133.79
• Average annual growth: 19.35%
Estee Lauder does not have to put on makeup to make the results of the last 10 years of activity more attractive. With an average annual return of around 20%, the company has some of the happiest investors in the world..
Salesforce.com, Inc. (NYSE: CRM) – $ 7.547.69
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 16.82
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 126.97
• Average annual growth: 22.4%
This company is engaged in cloud technologies and CRM systems. After entering the stock market in 2004, Salesforce shares grew every year, except for 2008, 2011 and 2016. The profit of the last ten years increased the assets of those who invested in 2008 by 7.5 times.
Enviro Star, Inc. (AMEX: EVI) – $ 37,441.96
• Share price May 1, 2008: $ 1
• Share price May 1, 2018: $ 37.45
• Average annual growth: 43.66%
EnviroStar is the smallest company on this list. Its total value is less than $ 0.5 billion. The impressive stock growth of this manufacturer of washing equipment is becoming the envy of even cryptocurrency investors. If in 2008 you were a brilliant seer or masterfully discerned the potential of the modest EnviroStar and invested $ 1,000 in it, then by today your assets would have grown to almost $ 40,000.
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