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Don't Quit Your Day Job
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2009

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On this page is an income by state calculator for the United States in 2018, for either individual income or household income. Enter a full, pre-tax income earned between January and December 2017 and select a state to compare income percentile. You can also choose multiple comparison states for your state income percentile estimate. Below […] The post Income Percentile by State Calculator for 2018 appeared first on DQYDJ. From the Archives: Income ...
Posted: Jan 14 2019 @ 6:14 PM
Below is an individual income percentile by city calculator and a household income percentile by city calculator for 2018 in the United States. Enter a pre-tax household or individual income earned between January and December 2017 to compare with any metro area in the United States. Need aggregated data? See the individual income percentile calculator […] The post Income Percentile by City Calculator for 2018 appeared first on DQYDJ. From the Archives: Income ...
Posted: Jan 08 2019 @ 12:26 AM
The 2018 bitcoin return was -73.56% compared to the US Dollar not including any transaction fees. At midnight UTC to open 2018 on January 1, bitcoin traded at $14,156.40 per coin. At midnight UTC to close December 2018 bitcoin traded at $3,742.70 per coin. Compare the 3/4 loss on bitcoin in 2018 to the whopping […] The post 2018 Bitcoin Return appeared first on DQYDJ. From the Archives: 2017 Bitcoin Return Bitcoin Return ...
Posted: Jan 01 2019 @ 5:34 PM
The 2018 NASDAQ return was -4.36% calculated from opening and closing prices. Using a superior calculation factoring in dividend reinvestment, the NASDAQ returned -3.33% in 2018. The 2018 NASDAQ Return: Reinvest Your Dividends The above numbers assume you bought the NASDAQ index at the open on January 2nd, 2018 and sold at the close on […] The post 2018 NASDAQ Return appeared first on DQYDJ. From the Archives: 2016 NASDAQ Return with Dividends ...
Posted: Dec 31 2018 @ 7:59 PM
The Dow Jones Industrial Average returned -5.97% in 2018. Using a calculation including dividend reinvestment, the Dow Jones returned -3.48% in 2018. 2018 Dow Jones Industrial Average Return: Reinvest Your Dividends The numbers above match an index purchase on open on January 2nd, 2018 and sold at close on December 31, 2018. Alternatively, if you […] The post 2018 Dow Jones Industrial Average Return appeared first on DQYDJ. From the Archives: 2016 Dow ...
Posted: Dec 31 2018 @ 7:23 PM
The S&P 500 Price index returned -6.24% in 2018. Using a better calculation which includes dividend reinvestment, the S&P 500 returned -4.75%. The 2018 S&P 500 Return: Buy, Hold and Reinvest The quoted numbers require that you bought the opening trade on January 2nd, 2018 and sold the closing trade on December 31, 2018. If […] The post 2018 S&P 500 Return appeared first on DQYDJ. From the Archives: 2014 S&P 500 Return ...
Posted: Dec 31 2018 @ 6:28 PM
While in the midst of a bear market in the S&P 500, we’ve been looking at characteristics of past bears. In the last post that the relationship between recessions and bear markets. In this post we’ll take it a step further and look at the relationship between the Federal Funds Target Rate and bear markets. […] The post The Relationship Between Bear Markets and Rate Hikes appeared first on DQYDJ. From the ...
Posted: Dec 27 2018 @ 11:25 PM
The odds that the economy is currently in a recession in Q4 2018 are zero. (Zilch. Nada.) However, at least in market lore, one of the hallmarks of bear markets is they are often associated with a recession. To what degree? From the 11 previous bear markets we identified on the S&P 500, 7 of […] The post The Relationship Between Bear Markets and Recession appeared first on DQYDJ. From the Archives: Using ...
Posted: Dec 26 2018 @ 7:39 PM
A bear market occurs when a stock index or stock is down 20% from its all-time high (often abbreviated ATH) trading price. Due to pessimism with the future course of company earnings, investors bid down stock trading prices. Bear markets are usually – although not always – accompanied by an economic recession or decline in […] The post What is a Bear Market? How Long Do They Last? appeared first on ...
Posted: Dec 24 2018 @ 5:27 PM
In our last post on the yield curve inverting we discussed differences between a few terms. Specifically, the 5 Year Treasury and the 3 Year and 2 Year Treasury have inverted in recent days. As of 12/07, the 1 year threatens to join the inversion party; 5s1s now sit at a mere .02% difference: 5s3s, […] The post Which Yield Curve Should You Watch? appeared first on DQYDJ. From the Archives: The Yield ...
Posted: Dec 09 2018 @ 3:51 PM

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