Historical Stock Market Returns

Discussion in 'Trading' started by MingWu, Feb 7, 2007.

  1. MingWu



    What is the U.S. stock market returns you can expect if you invest in stocks?

    Is this the same returns that I can invest in a stock market in a different country.. like India or China?
  2. MingWu


    Nobody here do stocks?
  3. <img src="http://ichart.finance.yahoo.com/z?s=%5EDJI&t=my&q=l&l=off&z=l&p=s&a=v&p=s"/>
  4. MingWu


    what stock is that?
  5. The ticker is in the topleft corner.
  6. MingWu


    Invalid Ticker Symbol

    '_dji' is not a valid ticker symbol.
  7. its the dow jones industrial average.:confused:
  8. Hi Ming Wu,

    Today people can invest and trade in most of the markets around the world.

    The markets offer a lot of opportunities and you can take advantage of this continually.

    The better strategies for optimizing returns over time are many and they vary greatly.

    Using a logical approach is called for. That is all that matters. There are no tricks or special things required.

    Edit: Returns overlap greatly from market to market.

    A passive account (you let your broker trade it for you) would give you about 60% a year.

    If you do the work yourself it is much greater.
  9. MingWu


    Do I get a higher return if I invest in Japanese stock market or the Chinese, or the American stock mrket?
  10. It would be your personal choice and the time you are will ing to spend.
    #10     Feb 7, 2007