SJURVM schreef op 30 mei 2018 09:58:
If you’d bought Amazon stock in June of 1997 and held it for 22 months, you would have turned $1,000 into $68,913.
If you’d bought Amazon stock in Dec. of 1999 and held it for 22 months, you’d have turned $1,000 into $56.
And if you’d invested aggressively then, doubling down on Amazon instead of cutting your losses, and bought $1,000 more, you’d be sitting on $62,229 today. Excluding dividends, and there’s a good reason for doing so.
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