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If You Invested $10,000 in Bank of America in 2010, This Is How Much You Would Have Today

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If you push back to about 2010, Bank of America would have turned a $10,000 investment into roughly $21,000. So, overall, giant Bank of America looks pretty attractive since 2010. BAC data by YCharts The big hurt Other than being a nice round number, 2010 is an interesting date. But that's just six months or so of time.

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Celsius Stock Is Down 40%. Is the Drop Over?

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And the numbers speak for themselves: Amazon: if you invested $1,000 when we doubled down in 2010, you’d have $22,501 !* If you’re worried you’ve already missed your chance to invest, now is the best time to buy before it’s too late. Apple: if you invested $1,000 when we doubled down in 2008, you’d have $44,023 !*

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Why Celsius Stock Continues to Drop

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And the numbers speak for themselves: Amazon: if you invested $1,000 when we doubled down in 2010, you’d have $20,987 !* If you’re worried you’ve already missed your chance to invest, now is the best time to buy before it’s too late. Apple: if you invested $1,000 when we doubled down in 2008, you’d have $39,505 !*

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2 Unstoppable Vanguard ETFs to Buy With $900 During the S&P 500 Bull Market

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since its inception in 2010 (in line with the S&P 500). since it was established in 2010. Healthcare comes next with a 12% weighting, followed by the consumer discretionary sector at 9.8%. The Vanguard ETF has delivered a compound annual return of 14.5% However, that exceeds the index's long-term average annual return of 10.4%

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The S&P 500 Jumped Nearly 15% in the First Half of 2024. Here's What History Says It Could Do in the Second Half of the Year.

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2010 (7.57%) 22.41% 1997 19.49% 8.91% 2011 5.01% (6.13%) Data source: YCharts. And the numbers speak for themselves: Amazon: if you invested $1,000 when we doubled down in 2010, you’d have $22,525 !* Year 1st Half 2nd Half Year 1st Half 2nd Half Year 1st Half 2nd Half 1984 (7.12%) 9.18% 1998 16.84% 7.02% 2012 8.31% 4.7% 1985 14.72% 9.8%

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Could PDD (Pinduoduo) Become the Next Amazon?

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PDD resembles Amazon in 2010 Analysts expect PDD to generate 235.8 That would make it comparable to Amazon in 2010, when it generated $34.2 Prior to that, Amazon had grown its revenue at a CAGR of 32% from 2005 to 2010 -- compared to PDD's projected five-year CAGR of 78% from 2018 to 2023. billion yuan ($33.1 billion in revenue.

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Billionaire Investor Bill Ackman Has a New IPO -- Here's What You Need to Know About It

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And the numbers speak for themselves: Amazon: if you invested $1,000 when we doubled down in 2010, you’d have $20,625 !* If you’re worried you’ve already missed your chance to invest, now is the best time to buy before it’s too late. Apple: if you invested $1,000 when we doubled down in 2008, you’d have $42,385 !*