Stock returns: Three surprising facts from 120 years on the stock market – and how investors can learn from them

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Stock returns: Three surprising facts from 120 years on the stock market – and how investors can learn from them

This article is an acquisition from Capital, Capital's premium digital offering. For you as a stern PLUS subscriber, it is available exclusively here for ten days. It will then be available again exclusively for Capital subscribers at www.capital.de/plus. Like stern, the business magazine Capital belongs to RTL Deutschland.

Recently, a lot has been written about very few stocks - and then above all about a particularly strong group: namely the Magnificent 7, the large US technology stocks, which have been almost single-handedly responsible for the fact that American stock market prices have continued to decline for several months climb above. Many market observers view this with concern and draw parallels to the phase shortly before the dot-com crash in 2000. At that time there was a similarly strong concentration in the market. But the financial scientist Paul Marsh can only smile wearily at this - and asks himself three questions.

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