Fact Of The Week 5 January 2022
In 2021, the S&P 500’s price increased by 27%, and earnings grew by 65%. This is the highest annual increase for earnings on record which dates back to 1989.
Did you know?
S&P 500 Earnings per Share increased by 65% in 2021, the highest annual increase ever recorded.
Source: Compound Capital Advisors, S&P500 (1989-2021)
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