NASDAQ 5 years charts of performance

The NASDAQ Composite index has been introduced in 1971 at the base level 100. It has over 3,000 components.

5 year NASDAQ index chart

NASDAQ performance chart in the past 5 years

NASDAQ performance against inflation in the last 5 years

5 year chart of the NASDAQ Composite stock index*

The 5 year chart of NASDAQ summarizes the chages in the price well, however, we recommend to have a look at the chart(s) below, too.

NASDAQ index value's change in the past 5 years

Similar charts of the past 10 years can be found here.
You can find charts of other periods (1, 3, 6, 12 months etc.) here.

5 years return graph of NASDAQ*

People often say that long term investments carry less risk than short term ones.
Well, on the chart below you can see if that is true for yourself in the case of NASDAQ composite for the past 5 years.

Annualized 3 and 5 years return of NASDAQ index value in the past 5 years

What can you see on the chart?

You can calculate NASDAQ’s 1 month return from NASDAQ’s value today and NASDAQ’s value 30 days ago. You can also do the same calculation for yesterday and NASDAQ’s value 31 days ago etc. If you do this calculation for each days, you will get a curve of NASDAQ’s 1 month yield. The same applies to other yield periods from 3 months to 5 years.
This chart shows the three and the five year yield curve in the past 5 years.
Treshold marked with red shows 0% return.

NASDAQ’s performance vs. inflation*

Changes of price in case of NASDAQ does not carry too much meaning unless we compare it to something else like Customer Price Index (CPI), or an other index.
So this chart shows NASDAQ Compoisite stock index’s relative change against the US customer price index in the past 5 years.

NASDAQ index value compared to US CPI / index in a 5 years chart

*charts are updated every month, but you can prepare similar charts for yourself by using Chartoasis Sesame. If you feel like analyzing NASDAQ’s historical price, you can do that for free at www.chartoasis.com/sesame . You will also need to download NASDAQ historical data. This step-by-ste guide will explain you how to do it.


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