The Return Triangle of the German DAX Index 1970 To 2019

In the short-term stocks can be volatile and can yield negative or low returns. However in the long run especially measured in years or decades stocks usually tend to produce a positive return. This is true in most equity markets of the world including the benchmark of Germany, the DAX Index. According to a research report by German Equity Institute, the average annual return of the DAX Index from 1970 thru 2019 was 8.9%.  In the worst case scenario it was 4.7% and in the best case the return was 16.1% annual.

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Source: German Equity Institute via DAS Investment

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