- What is the average stock market return over the last 20 years?
- What is the average stock market return for the last 10 years?
- What is the average rate of return of the stock market since 2000?
- What is the average stock market return over the last 50 years?
- What is a reasonable rate of return?
- What is a good rate of return?

If you have 30 years, you only need a rate of return of 11.92% per year.

A good rate of return on your investment is one that beats the S&P 500 index – which we know has an average return of nearly 10%.

## What is the average stock market return over the last 20 years?

20-year returns

Looking at the annualized average returns of these benchmark indexes for the 20 years ending June 30, 2019 shows: S&P 500: 5.90% Dow Jones Industrial Average: 7.03% Russell 2000: 7.70%

## What is the average stock market return for the last 10 years?

The historical average stock market return is 10%

Currently, investors can expect to lose purchasing power of 2% to 3% every year due to inflation. The stock market is geared toward long-term investments — money you don’t need for at least five years.

## What is the average rate of return of the stock market since 2000?

Calendar Returns vs. Rolling Returns

Historical S&P 500 Index Stock Market Returns | |
---|---|

1998 | 28.6 |

1999 | 21.0 |

2000 | -9.1 |

2001 | -11.9 |

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## What is the average stock market return over the last 50 years?

Period | Annualized Return (Nominal) | Annualized Real Return (Adjusted for Inflation) |
---|---|---|

1966-2015 | 9.69% | 5.38% |

1916-1965 | 10.36% | 7.90% |

1871-2015 | 9.05% | 6.86% |

## What is a reasonable rate of return?

So in a nutshell, my opinion is that you would be fortunate to average around 7-8% rate of return over a long-term basis. There will be periods in which you get a 20% rate of return. These are the great times. But there will also be times in which you are getting a -15% rate of return.

## What is a good rate of return?

A really good return on investment for an active investor is 15% annually. It’s aggressive, but it’s achievable if you put in time to look for bargains. You can double your buying power every six years if you make an average return on investment of 12% after taxes and inflation every year.