If you'd invested in on , today the investment would be worth:
Annual rate of return:
Total increase:
Total profit:
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These figures are based on Alpha Vantage's historical stock data, which takes into account splits and dividends. The most recent closing price is used for the selected symbol.
How much could you have made?
Do you ever second-guess yourself for not investing in a certain stock?

It's time to find out what you could've made.

Did you choke?
Step 1: select a U.S. stock
Step 2: select a purchase date
Step 3: select the investment amount
$
Step 4: find out what you could've made
versus the world
How would the have done in the S&P 500 instead of ? Or in a bank account? Take a look:
Current value of a investment
Made on
Notes: The S&P 500 is used to measure the overall stock market's performance. The bank account figure is calculated using a 0.50% interest rate compounded annually.

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