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Spännande ekonomifakta!

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✔ Jag hittade 100 spännande ekonomifakta från Huffington Post som du kan läsa om här! Jag har dock sammanställt de fakta som jag tycker var mest spännande, trevlig läsning!

✔ As of January 2013, there are 16 people left in the world who were born in the 1800s, according to the Gerontology Research Group. With dividends reinvested, U.S. stocks have increased 28,000-fold during their lifetimes.

✔ Since 1928, the Dow Jones has increased more than 10% in a single day eight times, declined more than 10% in a single day four times, and gone either up or down more than 5% in a single day 136 times.

✔”U.S. oil production grew more in 2012 than in any year in the history of the domestic industry, which began in 1859,” writes Tom Fowler of The Wall Street Journal.

✔Start with a dollar. Double it every day. In 48 days you’ll own every financial asset that exists on the planet — about $200 trillion.

✔Including dividends, the S&P 500 gained 135% from March 2009 through January 2013, during what people remember as the ”Great Recession.” It gained the exact same amount from 1996 to 2000, during what people remember as the ”greatest bull market in history.”

✔Apple’s cash and investments are now equal to the GDP of Hungary and more than those of Vietnam and Iraq.

✔Netflix surged more than 50% on Jan. 24 from the previous day’s low. $1,000 invested in short-term call options would have been worth $2 million in less than 24 hours. (Please don’t try this at home.)

✔According to Bloomberg, ”The 50 stocks in the S&P 500 with the lowest analyst ratings at the end of 2011 posted an average return of 23 percent [in 2012], outperforming the index by 7 percentage points.”

✔Thanks in large part to cellphone cameras, ”Ten percent of all of the photographs made in the entire history of photography were made last year,” according to Time.

✔Since 2008, Americans have donated $19.1 million to the U.S. Treasury to help pay down the national debt.

✔Fortune magazine published an article titled ”10 Stocks To Last the Decade” in August, 2000. By December 2012, the portfolio had lost 74.3% of its value, according to analyst Barry Ritholtz.

✔The 100 largest public pension funds alone have $1.2 trillion of unfunded liabilities, according to actuarial firm Milliman.

✔Since 1928, the S&P 500 has closed at a new all-time high 1,024 times, or 4.8% of all trading days.

✔In the first quarter of 2012, the number of iPhones Apple sold per day surpassed the number of babies born per day worldwide (402,000 vs. 300,000), according to Mobile First.

✔On Dec. 5, 2012, Apple stock lost $34.9 billion in market cap. According to CNBC’s Carl Quintanilla, 417 of the S&P 500’s components had a total market cap of less than $35 billion that day.

✔Renaissance Technologies, a hedge fund run by James Simons, has allegedly produced average returns of 80% a year since 1988 (before fees), according to Bloomberg. That would turn $1,000 into $2.4 billion in 25 years.

✔The S&P 500 has returned about 9% a year over the long run, but few years see returns even close to that. Since 1871, the index has risen or fallen more than 20% in one out of every three years. Less than one out of every five years sees a gain of between 1% and 9%.

✔During the Federal Reserve’s June 2007 policy meeting, the word ”recession” was used three times; the word ”strong” was used 61 times. The economy entered recession six months later.

✔Last year, Franklin Templeton asked 1,000 investors whether the S&P 500 went up or down in 2009 and 2010. Sixty-six percent thought it went down in 2009, while 48% said it declined in 2010. In reality, the index gained 26.5% in 2009 and 15.1% in 2010.

✔According to Vanguard founder John Bogle, the average equity mutual fund gained 173% from 1997 to 2011, but the average equity mutual fund investor earned only 110%, thanks to the tendency to buy high and sell low.

Observera att datan är från 2013!

onsdag, februari 3rd, 2016 Okategoriserade

1 kommentar to Spännande ekonomifakta!

  1. Hej, Har du en mejladress man kan nå dig på?

    MVH Kim
    Trogen följare

  2. Kim on februari 11th, 2016

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Denna blogg är
en del av Ekonomikunskap
som startades 2009 för att inspirera människor till att tänka på ett nytt sätt angående sin ekonomi.

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