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What does this page mean, and how do I use it?

This page shows you if an investment in the past would have been successful, and how it compares to the national benchmark for investing (the S&P 500).

Why is this page important?

Let’s say a company has continuously overperformed the S&P 500 since 2012. This indicates that the company has been doing well and will likely continue in the future.

How does this page make me money?

Some investors would prefer to invest in a company that has shown to perform well, while some may see tremendous value in a stock that has yet to perform well, in hopes that the company will in the future. Investing in companies that have performed well against the S&P 500 can protect your personal assets, but investing in unproven companies can generate bountiful gains. AMD and Netflix are great examples of this. They were once both terrible stocks to invest in, but they are now currently two of the best-performing companies on the stock market. That said, this page will help you find underperforming stocks.

I have more questions

We’re here to help you become a better investor. If you have a quick question, click the blue button at the bottom right of the screen and one of our team members will assist you. If you would like details on a more complicated question, email us.

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