If You Invested $50 / Month in Nasdaq since 2000, Today You’d Have… | Business Insider

Nasdaq dollar cost averaging - Business Insider

There’s the big crash running for the first couple years of the 21st century, followed by a very slow rise until the financial crisis, which saw another crash, before the more recent post-crisis upward tear.

As we did with the S&P 500, we consider a hypothetical investor who puts $50 at the end of every month into a Nasdaq index fund starting in March 2000 and continuing to the present.

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So, she puts this $50 in every month, no matter what happens to the index.

Here’s our investor’s price return, less her $50 per month cost…

via Nasdaq dollar cost averaging – Business Insider.

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