CNBC Shows How Much a $1,000 Investment in 2009 in Amazon, Apple, Avis, Netflix Would Each Be Worth Today

It’s been quite a bull run since the stock market bottomed out on March 6, 2009. In fact, it’s been the longest bull run since World War II. Here’s how you would have fared if you held your nose, had a little luck, and invested $1,000 right at the bottom.

The Obama-Trump bull market is now longer than the bull markets of Eisenhower, Reagan and Clinton combined.

Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, Google combined (FANG) have added more than $2 Trillion in market capitalization.

If you invested $990 right after Apple’s IPO on December 12, 1980, your investment would have generated $521,740.80 after stock splits, not including dividends (Investopedia 8/2/2018).

If you invested $100 in Apple on January 2, 2002 at $23.30 per share (4 shares), your investment (dividends not included) after splits and ups and downs your investment would be valued at $10,656.24 (56 shares at $190.29 per share) on July 31, 2018 (Investopedia 8/1/2018).

From the financial crisis through today, relive the peaks and valleys of what is now the longest running bull market since WWII.

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