Investors who placed their hard-earned cash into major U.S. indices have enjoyed respectable returns over the past five years. Despite a number of market corrections in recent years, the recent market downturn partially generated by the Russia-Ukraine war and the previous stock market crash of 2020, the SPDR S&P 500 ETF SPY, Invesco QQQ Trust Series 1 QQQ and SPDR Dow Jones Industrial Average ETF Trust DIA have returned 58.31%, 104.65% and 45.65%.
As good as investors in the major U.S. indices have had it over the past five years, a number of the world’s most popular consumer discretionary, EV and tech stocks have provided even better returns. Bulls that took a chance on these names were rewarded with gains that outperformed much of the broader market.
Winners Since July 2017: Here’s how much $100 in each of the following stocks bought back in summer 2017 would be worth today:
- Bitcoin BTC/USD: $655.70
- Ethereum ETH/USD: $744.73
- Apple Inc AAPL: $405.56
- Microsoft Corporation MSFT: $344.88
- Tesla Inc TSLA: $1,158.90
- Amazon.com, Inc. AMZN: $225.12
- NVIDIA Corporation NVDA: $402.26
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