$100 Invested In Nasdaq 20 Years Ago Would Be Worth This Much Today

Nasdaq NDAQ has outperformed the market over the past 20 years by 5.01% on an annualized basis producing an average annual return of 12.11%. Currently, Nasdaq has a market capitalization of $25.13 billion.

Buying $100 In NDAQ: If an investor had bought $100 of NDAQ stock 20 years ago, it would be worth $1,089.64 today based on a price of $152.58 for NDAQ at the time of writing.

Nasdaq's Performance Over Last 20 Years

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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