## What if you invested $1000 in Microsoft 20 years ago?

The bottom line on Microsoft stock

**What if you invested $1,000 in Microsoft 10 years ago?**

According to our calculations, **a $1000 investment made in November 2013 would be worth $9,741.59, or a gain of 874.16%, as of November 2, 2023**, and this return excludes dividends but includes price increases. The S&P 500 rose 140.56% and the price of gold increased 44.55% over the same time frame in comparison.

**What if I invested $1000 in S&P 500 10 years ago?**

According to our calculations, **a $1000 investment made in February 2014 would be worth $5,971.20, or a gain of 497.12%, as of February 5, 2024**, and this return excludes dividends but includes price increases. Compare this to the S&P 500's rally of 178.17% and gold's return of 55.50% over the same time frame.

**What would $1000 invested in Microsoft in 1986 be worth today?**

In dollar terms, that $1,000 investment in 1986 would be worth a whopping **$3.23 million** today.

**What is the 10 year return on Microsoft stock?**

Ten Year Stock Price Total Return for Microsoft is calculated as follows: Last Close Price [ 405.65 ] / Adj Prior Close Price [ 30.47 ] (-) 1 (=) Total Return [ **1,231.5%** ] Prior price dividend adjustment factor is 0.84.

**What if I bought 100 shares of Microsoft in 1986?**

On 13 March 1986, Microsoft went public at $21 a share. **100 shares would be worth $2100**. Microsoft has since had 9 splits (Microsoft Stock Split History ) for a total of 288x. Split adjusted IPO price would be 21/288 = $0.073.

**How much will $1000 be worth in 10 years?**

Discount Rate | Present Value | Future Value |
---|---|---|

10% | $1,000 | $2,593.74 |

11% | $1,000 | $2,839.42 |

12% | $1,000 | $3,105.85 |

13% | $1,000 | $3,394.57 |

**How much would $10000 invested in the S&P 500 in 1980 be worth today?**

It tracked a hypothetical $10,000 investment in the S&P 500 stock index made on Jan 1, 1980 through the end of 2022. If the money was left untouched, the $10,000 invested in 1980 was worth **$1.26 million** at the end of 2022.

**Should I invest $10,000 in S&P 500?**

Assuming an average annual return rate of about 10% (a typical historical average), **a $10,000 investment in the S&P 500 could potentially grow to approximately $25,937 over 10 years**.

**Does the S&P 500 double every 10 years?**

How long has it historically taken a stock investment to double? NYU business professor Aswath Damodaran has done the math. According to his math, **since 1949 S&P 500 investments have doubled ten times, or an average of about seven years each time**.

## How much is $10,000 invested in Apple 20 years ago?

Those gains translate to a 36.6% compound annual growth rate for Apple compared to a 7.4% CAGR for the S&P 500 in that time. That means that $10,000 in AAPL stock purchased 20 years ago would be worth about **$5.08 million** today, assuming reinvested dividends.

**How to make $5,000 a month in dividends?**

To generate $5,000 per month in dividends, **you would need a portfolio value of approximately $1 million invested in stocks with an average dividend yield of 5%**. For example, Johnson & Johnson stock currently yields 2.7% annually. $1 million invested would generate about $27,000 per year or $2,250 per month.

**How much money to make $50,000 in dividends?**

If, for example, your portfolio gets to a value of **$1.5 million**, you could invest in a fund or multiple investments that yield an average of 3.3%. At that rate, you could generate $50,000 in annual dividends.

**What is the highest Microsoft stock price ever?**

Historical daily share price chart and data for Microsoft since 1986 adjusted for splits and dividends. The latest closing stock price for Microsoft as of February 06, 2024 is 405.49. The all-time high Microsoft stock closing price was **411.22 on February 02, 2024**.

**How many times has Microsoft stock split in the last 20 years?**

A. This is the **ninth time** the company has split the stock since Microsoft went public back in March 1986. One original share will equal 288 shares after this split is effective.

**What will Microsoft stock be worth in 2050?**

According to different growth models, Microsoft stock is forecasted to surpass $1,000 by 2040 and potentially reach **five digits** by 2050.

**How much would $1000 invested in Apple in 2000 be worth today?**

But if you were smart enough to invest $1,000 in Apple stock at the start of the year 2000, you'd be sitting on a monster gain of 21,230%. This means that modest investment would be worth a whopping **$213,000** today (as of July 27).

**How much shares did Bill Gates own in Microsoft?**

If he had preserved these shares, they would be valued at over $500 billion today. However, Gates's approach to wealth has been markedly different. Today, he holds a 1.38% stake in Microsoft, amounting to **103 million shares**.

**Who owns the highest shares in Microsoft?**

According to the latest TipRanks data, approximately 49.58% of Microsoft (MSFT) stock is held by retail investors. Who owns the most shares of Microsoft (MSFT)? Vanguard owns the most shares of Microsoft (MSFT).

**How much will $1000 grow in 20 years?**

Discount Rate | Present Value | Future Value |
---|---|---|

2% | $1,000 | $1,485.95 |

3% | $1,000 | $1,806.11 |

4% | $1,000 | $2,191.12 |

5% | $1,000 | $2,653.30 |

## How much will $3000 be worth in 20 years?

The table below shows the present value (PV) of $3,000 in 20 years for interest rates from 2% to 30%. As you will see, the future value of $3,000 over 20 years can range from **$4,457.84 to $570,148.91**.

**Can I live off interest on a million dollars?**

**Once you have $1 million in assets, you can look seriously at living entirely off the returns of a portfolio**. After all, the S&P 500 alone averages 10% returns per year. Setting aside taxes and down-year investment portfolio management, a $1 million index fund could provide $100,000 annually.

**What if I invested $10,000 in S&P 20 years ago?**

Over the past 20 years, the index has gained a total average annual return of around 10%. If you initially invested $10,000 and added $100 per month, you'd have **$136,000 today**.

**What would $1 million dollars invested in 1970 be worth today?**

$1,000,000 in 1970 has the same purchasing power as **$7,753,608.25 in 2024**. Over the 54 years this is a change of $6,753,608.25. The average inflation rate of the dollar between 1970 and 2024 was 1.84% per year. The cumulative price increase of the dollar over this time was -100.00%.

**What if I invested $100 a month in S&P 500?**

If you're still investing $100 per month, you'd have a total of **around $518,000 after 35 years**, compared to $325,000 in that time period with a 10% return. There are never any guarantees in the stock market, but with the right strategy, a little cash can go a long way.