How to Profit from the Stock Market’s Lowest Price in the Last 10 Years
The market’s lowest price in the last 10 years was $1,638.52 on April 19, 2016, according to FactSet data.
It was the lowest price for that day since Jan. 23, 2007, when the lowest was $2,938.86, according, to FactSets data.
The lowest price ever on April 17, 2021, was $8,000.28.
The low price has been on a steady rise for about the past year, rising from $1.19 billion on Jan. 10, 2019, to $1 billion on April 10, 2020.
On Jan. 19, 2020, the lowest low price ever was $936.75, the same day that Trump signed his landmark tax cut.
The lowest price on April 15, 2020 was $940.92, the most recent low price on the Nasdaq Stock Market, according a Bloomberg survey.
In a statement to the Financial Times, the Nasco board said it was monitoring the stock market.
“The board has been monitoring the market and has decided to continue the efforts of the board to improve the performance of the market,” the statement read.
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