NASDAQ crossed 5,000 for the first time in 15 years. That’s a long-time to wait, especially if you’re not getting paid.
Back in 2000, when it peaked, NASDAQ yielded one-tenth of the S&P 500 or 0.12%.
Imagine investing for 15-years and getting paid.
I’ll use a 4% yield as an example, which was hard to do but it was doable.
4% compounded over 15-years multiplies your money by 1.8x–$1million becomes $1.8 million.
15-years is a long-time—a big chunk of your retirement to get nothing.
You can’t afford to miss the boat this time around.
But it’s amazing how quickly investors forget how painful it was to lose money. That’s why you have to be paid to invest in this market.
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