While the Nasdaq has nearly reached its all-time highs in nominal terms, when adjusted for inflation, the index has actually fallen in real value by 33.1% from its peak on 3/10/2000.
Read Part I by clicking here.
Latest posts by E.J. Smith (see all)
- This is Why Vanguard is Too Big - September 18, 2019
- Your Retirement Life: To Everything There is a Season - September 17, 2019
- The Two Reasons Muni Bonds Don’t Belong in Your Portfolio - September 16, 2019