From the year 2020 through the year 2021, the Standard & Poor’s 500-stock index has outperformed the S&P 500 index on average by more than 6 percent.
At the end of the 2040s, when it reached its peak, the S &.
600-stock benchmark rose to 2,947.5, which was 3.7 percent better than the S.&.
The Dow Jones industrial average, meanwhile, rose 883.8 points to 22,062.6.
500- and 600- index returns have not been as impressive.
In 2019, the stock market returned to a median level of 3.6 percent.
By 2020, that was down to 3.2 percent, a record low.
At the end, the median return on the S-&-500 index was 1.3 percent, the lowest since the 1930s.
The Dow is now back at its 2017-2018 highs.
The stock market is now about 7 percent higher than its 2000-2001 peak.
But, at the end for 2021, it is still about 2.6 percentage points lower than its peak.
This isn’t all bad news for stock investors.
It’s a great year for investors because there is plenty of upside for them.
For one thing, the Federal Reserve has lifted its $1 trillion asset-buying program, and it is poised to cut interest rates.
It also has signaled it may raise interest rates, as some markets have been concerned about its actions.
That could make the stock markets more bearish for the next couple of years.
Also, the economy is showing signs of recovery, which should make the market more bearable.
But the Fed has said it is unlikely to raise interest-rate rates again until 2021.
That would mean more uncertainty.
Finally, it should be noted that the SMA is not necessarily a good proxy for the SAC, which is a measure of the Semiconductor Industry Association.
When the SICA went public in 2016, the index was about 5 percent below its peak and a sign of how much the market had been underperforming for years.
Now, with the SSA and S&ams up about 20 percent each, it has been a solid performer.