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S&P 500 Becomes Most Profitable Assets Since 2008 Financial Crisis


Deutsche Bank analysts have complied the list of the most profitable financial assets over the last 10 years. S&P 500 is recognized the best asset for long-term investments. Those who have been investing in this asset since 2007, now can enjoy slightly over 100% on top of their investments, the experts report. American junk bonds yield to S&P 500 in terms of profitability. As of the Russian stock market, it’s one of the outsiders.

 

 

 

 

 

August 9th, 2007 is the starting point. This is when the latest financial crisis started to develop. After the crisis, those who started investing in S&P 500 have gained 106%.

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As for the U.S. junk bonds, they have made their investors 95% since the global crisis. Those are high-yield bonds with credit rating Ba/ВВ and below or unrated securities.
 
Gold happens to be the 3rd most profitable asset of the past 10 years with 87%. All in all, the list includes 38 most profitable assets of the decade. Deutsche Bank experts have been closely watching those assets over the reporting period. They report that 27 of those asset have shown positive profitability and the remaining of them turn out to be unprofitable.
 
The report also indicates that the profitability of the bonds emitted by developed economies ranges from 35% to 80% over the same reporting period of 10 years. If to take into account the European stock market, DAX (Germany) has grown by 38% over the period, which is the highest growth of all the European stock indexes. As for Stoxx 600 and FTSE 100, they have gained 22% and 125 respectively.
 

 

At the same time, Bloomberg reports that investing in most of the commodities available for investing these days would have made investors lose 50% of their investments on average over the last 10 years. The common European currency and European stocks would have resulted in losses as well. At the same time, any investments in the U.S. Dollar and American stocks would have made investors some money.

 

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Is crude oil really expensive today?

Oil expert Sergei Shelin decided to share with us his thoughts on the processes currently going on in the global oil market. In particular he thinks that crude oil has been struggling to consolidate around 70 dollars per barrel but the thing is that even the world's biggest oil producers and exporters don't believe in high oil prices in the future.


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