PayPal Holdings PYPL has outperformed the market over the past 5 years by 6.3% on an annualized basis.
Buying $1,000 In PYPL: 5 years ago, an investor could have purchased 23.51 shares of PayPal Holdings at the time with $1,000. This investment in PYPL would have produced an average annual return of 19.2%. Currently, PayPal Holdings has a market capitalization of $120.75 billion.
PayPal Holdings's Share Price Over Last 5 Years
If you had invested $1,000 in PayPal Holdings you would have approximately $2,437.10 today.
Finally -- what's the point of all this? The key insight to take from this article is to note how much of a difference compounded returns can make in your cash growth over a period of time.
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