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Warren Buffett: $10,000 invested in an index fund when I bought my first stock in 1942 would be worth $51 million today
Berkeley Lovelace Jr. | @BerkeleyJr
Published 6:06 AM ET Mon, 7 May 2018 Updated 7:44 AM ET Mon, 7 May 2018
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Warren Buffett says that if someone invested $10,000 in an index fund back in 1942, it would be worth $51 million today.
Since that time, Buffett says that Americans have seen 14 U.S. presidents, a world war, 9/11 and the Cuban Missile Crisis.

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett told CNBC on Monday that if someone invested $10,000 in an index fund back in 1942, it would be worth $51 million today.
"The best single thing you could have done on March 11, 1942 — when I bought my first stock — was buy an index fund," Buffett told CNBC's "Squawk Box."
Since that time, Buffett said that Americans have seen 14 U.S. presidents, a world war, 9/11 and the Cuban Missile Crisis. "The only thing you had to believe in [1942] is that America would win the war and that America would progress as it has ever since 1776," he said. "The headlines were terrible every day."

Buffett, who was 11-years-old in 1942, said that people can be enticed into the stock market at the wrong time, adding all investors need to do is "buy a cross-section of America."

"Most people get excited about a stock or the market after it's gone up," Buffett, now 87, said. "I mean their neighbor made a lot of money and they know they're smarter than their neighbor. ... It's very frustrating."
"It's best to buy over time," he added.
Buffett appeared on CNBC from Omaha, Nebraska where Berkshire Hathaway held a weekend of events around Saturday's annual meeting.
Buffett, chairman and CEO of Berkshire, and his longtime investing partner and vice chairman, Charlie Munger, spoke to tens of thousands of attendees on a wide range of topics from their massive stake in Apple to missing out Google and Amazon to bashing bitcoin as "rat poison."
On Friday, Buffett revealed that Berkshire Hathaway bought 75 million shares of the tech giant during the first quarter. That adds to the 165.3 million shares Berkshire already owned at the end of 2017.
Berkshire first made an investment in Apple in 2016 after a person at the company bought about 10 million shares. Buffett then looked at the stock and purchased considerably more, the billionaire recalled in August to CNBC.
— Buffett joins "Squawk Box" for three hours, 6 a.m. ET to 9 a.m. ET, with special guests Munger and Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist Bill Gates.
With Berkshire's 2018 annual meeting in the books, users can revisit the highlights in CNBC's Warren Buffett Archive, which houses searchable video from 25 full annual meetings, going back to 1994, synchronized to 2600 pages of transcripts. The Warren Buffett Archive also includes 500 shorter-form videos arranged by topic, CNBC interviews, a Buffett Timeline, and a Berkshire Portfolio Tracker.
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1940 $10k
1947 $20k
1954 $40k
1960 $80k

1967 $160k
1974 $320k
1980 $640k

1987 $1.25mil
1994 $2.50mil
2000 $5.00mil

2007 $10mil
2014 $20mil
2020 $40mil
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Results Summary
Starting amount $10,000.00
Years 100 years.
Additional contributions $0.00 per month
Rate of return 9.7% compounded annually
Total amount you will have contributed $10,000.00
Total interest $104,862,780.83
Total at end of investment $104,872,780.83
Savings Balance

Year Additions Interest Balance
Start $10,000.00 $10,000.00
1 $0.00 $970.01 $10,970.01
2 $0.00 $1,064.09 $12,034.10
3 $0.00 $1,167.30 $13,201.40
4 $0.00 $1,280.54 $14,481.94
5 $0.00 $1,404.73 $15,886.67
6 $0.00 $1,541.02 $17,427.69
7 $0.00 $1,690.48 $19,118.17
8 $0.00 $1,854.46 $20,972.63
9 $0.00 $2,034.35 $23,006.98
10 $0.00 $2,231.68 $25,238.66
11 $0.00 $2,448.13 $27,686.79
12 $0.00 $2,685.64 $30,372.43
13 $0.00 $2,946.13 $33,318.56
14 $0.00 $3,231.89 $36,550.45
15 $0.00 $3,545.41 $40,095.86
16 $0.00 $3,889.30 $43,985.16
17 $0.00 $4,266.55 $48,251.71
18 $0.00 $4,680.42 $52,932.13
19 $0.00 $5,134.43 $58,066.56
20 $0.00 $5,632.45 $63,699.01
21 $0.00 $6,178.82 $69,877.83
22 $0.00 $6,778.15 $76,655.98
23 $0.00 $7,435.62 $84,091.60
24 $0.00 $8,156.88 $92,248.48
25 $0.00 $8,948.09 $101,196.57


26 $0.00 $9,816.07 $111,012.64
27 $0.00 $10,768.24 $121,780.88
28 $0.00 $11,812.74 $133,593.62
29 $0.00 $12,958.56 $146,552.18
30 $0.00 $14,215.54 $160,767.72
31 $0.00 $15,594.47 $176,362.19
32 $0.00 $17,107.12 $193,469.31
33 $0.00 $18,766.53 $212,235.84
34 $0.00 $20,586.87 $232,822.71
35 $0.00 $22,583.80 $255,406.51
36 $0.00 $24,774.43 $280,180.94
37 $0.00 $27,177.54 $307,358.48
38 $0.00 $29,813.78 $337,172.26
39 $0.00 $32,705.71 $369,877.97
40 $0.00 $35,878.17 $405,756.14
41 $0.00 $39,358.37 $445,114.51
42 $0.00 $43,176.11 $488,290.62
43 $0.00 $47,364.21 $535,654.83
44 $0.00 $51,958.51 $587,613.34
45 $0.00 $56,998.50 $644,611.84
46 $0.00 $62,527.33 $707,139.17
47 $0.00 $68,592.49 $775,731.66
48 $0.00 $75,245.95 $850,977.61
49 $0.00 $82,544.81 $933,522.42
50 $0.00 $90,551.69 $1,024,074.11


51 $0.00 $99,335.20 $1,123,409.31
52 $0.00 $108,970.72 $1,232,380.03
53 $0.00 $119,540.87 $1,351,920.90
54 $0.00 $131,136.31 $1,483,057.21
55 $0.00 $143,856.54 $1,626,913.75
56 $0.00 $157,810.65 $1,784,724.40
57 $0.00 $173,118.27 $1,957,842.67
58 $0.00 $189,910.77 $2,147,753.44
59 $0.00 $208,332.08 $2,356,085.52
60 $0.00 $228,540.27 $2,584,625.79
61 $0.00 $250,708.72 $2,835,334.51
62 $0.00 $275,027.45 $3,110,361.96
63 $0.00 $301,705.11 $3,412,067.07
64 $0.00 $330,970.51 $3,743,037.58
65 $0.00 $363,074.65 $4,106,112.23
66 $0.00 $398,292.89 $4,504,405.12
67 $0.00 $436,927.32 $4,941,332.44
68 $0.00 $479,309.25 $5,420,641.69
69 $0.00 $525,802.25 $5,946,443.94
70 $0.00 $576,805.07 $6,523,249.01
71 $0.00 $632,755.15 $7,156,004.16
72 $0.00 $694,132.40 $7,850,136.56
73 $0.00 $761,463.24 $8,611,599.80
74 $0.00 $835,325.17 $9,446,924.97
75 $0.00 $916,351.74 $10,363,276.71


76 $0.00 $1,005,237.84 $11,368,514.55
77 $0.00 $1,102,745.90 $12,471,260.45
78 $0.00 $1,209,712.26 $13,680,972.71
79 $0.00 $1,327,054.35 $15,008,027.06
80 $0.00 $1,455,778.63 $16,463,805.69
81 $0.00 $1,596,989.14 $18,060,794.83
82 $0.00 $1,751,897.11 $19,812,691.94
83 $0.00 $1,921,831.11 $21,734,523.05
84 $0.00 $2,108,248.74 $23,842,771.79
85 $0.00 $2,312,748.86 $26,155,520.65
86 $0.00 $2,537,085.52 $28,692,606.17
87 $0.00 $2,783,182.81 $31,475,788.98
88 $0.00 $3,053,151.53 $34,528,940.51
89 $0.00 $3,349,307.24 $37,878,247.75
90 $0.00 $3,674,190.02 $41,552,437.77
91 $0.00 $4,030,586.48 $45,583,024.25
92 $0.00 $4,421,553.35 $50,004,577.60
93 $0.00 $4,850,444.04 $54,855,021.64
94 $0.00 $5,320,937.10 $60,175,958.74
95 $0.00 $5,837,068.00 $66,013,026.74
96 $0.00 $6,403,263.61 $72,416,290.35
97 $0.00 $7,024,380.16 $79,440,670.51
98 $0.00 $7,705,745.04 $87,146,415.55
99 $0.00 $8,453,202.33 $95,599,617.88
100 $0.00 $9,273,162.95 $104,872,780.83
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Try hard brother! When you have $ 50 billions, you tell the reporter whenever you wipe your butt, you always consider how to invest 100K dollar to earn 5 billions dollar after 10 years. I guarantee your name will be in the first of smartest investors' list.
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Try hard brother! When you have $ 50 billions, you tell the reporter whenever you wipe your butt, you always consider how to invest 100K dollar to earn 5 billions dollar after 10 years. I guarantee your name will be in the first of smartest investors' list.
BT

Get rich slowly and surely
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Originally Posted by Bất Tăng
Try hard brother! When you have $ 50 billions, you tell the reporter whenever you wipe your butt, you always consider how to invest 100K dollar to earn 5 billions dollar after 10 years. I guarantee your name will be in the first of smartest investors' list.
Bro


Just leave $10k in SP500 index etf
In 100 years you will have $100mil
In 75 years $10mil
In 50 years $1mil
In 25 years $100k

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Good morning to BT va ACES )))))

Don’t lose money

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Results Summary
Starting amount $1,000.00
Years 100 years.
Additional contributions $1,000.00 per year
Rate of return 10% compounded annually
Total amount you will have contributed $101,000.00
Total interest $165,255,347.95
Total at end of investment $165,356,347.95
Savings Balance

Year Additions Interest Balance
Start $1,000.00 $1,000.00
1 $1,000.00 $200.00 $2,200.00
2 $1,000.00 $320.00 $3,520.00
3 $1,000.00 $452.00 $4,972.00
4 $1,000.00 $597.20 $6,569.20
5 $1,000.00 $756.92 $8,326.12
6 $1,000.00 $932.61 $10,258.73
7 $1,000.00 $1,125.87 $12,384.60
8 $1,000.00 $1,338.46 $14,723.06
9 $1,000.00 $1,572.31 $17,295.37
10 $1,000.00 $1,829.54 $20,124.91
11 $1,000.00 $2,112.49 $23,237.40
12 $1,000.00 $2,423.74 $26,661.14
13 $1,000.00 $2,766.11 $30,427.25
14 $1,000.00 $3,142.73 $34,569.98
15 $1,000.00 $3,557.00 $39,126.98
16 $1,000.00 $4,012.70 $44,139.68
17 $1,000.00 $4,513.97 $49,653.65
18 $1,000.00 $5,065.37 $55,719.02
19 $1,000.00 $5,671.90 $62,390.92
20 $1,000.00 $6,339.09 $69,730.01
21 $1,000.00 $7,073.00 $77,803.01
22 $1,000.00 $7,880.30 $86,683.31
23 $1,000.00 $8,768.33 $96,451.64
24 $1,000.00 $9,745.16 $107,196.80
25 $1,000.00 $10,819.68 $119,016.48


26 $1,000.00 $12,001.65 $132,018.13
27 $1,000.00 $13,301.81 $146,319.94
28 $1,000.00 $14,731.99 $162,051.93
29 $1,000.00 $16,305.19 $179,357.12
30 $1,000.00 $18,035.71 $198,392.83
31 $1,000.00 $19,939.28 $219,332.11
32 $1,000.00 $22,033.21 $242,365.32
33 $1,000.00 $24,336.53 $267,701.85
34 $1,000.00 $26,870.19 $295,572.04
35 $1,000.00 $29,657.20 $326,229.24
36 $1,000.00 $32,722.92 $359,952.16
37 $1,000.00 $36,095.22 $397,047.38
38 $1,000.00 $39,804.74 $437,852.12
39 $1,000.00 $43,885.21 $482,737.33
40 $1,000.00 $48,373.73 $532,111.06
41 $1,000.00 $53,311.11 $586,422.17
42 $1,000.00 $58,742.22 $646,164.39
43 $1,000.00 $64,716.44 $711,880.83
44 $1,000.00 $71,288.08 $784,168.91
45 $1,000.00 $78,516.89 $863,685.80
46 $1,000.00 $86,468.58 $951,154.38
47 $1,000.00 $95,215.44 $1,047,369.82
48 $1,000.00 $104,836.98 $1,153,206.80
49 $1,000.00 $115,420.68 $1,269,627.48
50 $1,000.00 $127,062.75 $1,397,690.23



51 $1,000.00 $139,869.02 $1,538,559.25
52 $1,000.00 $153,955.93 $1,693,515.18
53 $1,000.00 $169,451.52 $1,863,966.70
54 $1,000.00 $186,496.67 $2,051,463.37
55 $1,000.00 $205,246.34 $2,257,709.71
56 $1,000.00 $225,870.97 $2,484,580.68
57 $1,000.00 $248,558.07 $2,734,138.75
58 $1,000.00 $273,513.88 $3,008,652.63
59 $1,000.00 $300,965.26 $3,310,617.89
60 $1,000.00 $331,161.79 $3,642,779.68
61 $1,000.00 $364,377.97 $4,008,157.65
62 $1,000.00 $400,915.76 $4,410,073.41
63 $1,000.00 $441,107.34 $4,852,180.75
64 $1,000.00 $485,318.07 $5,338,498.82
65 $1,000.00 $533,949.88 $5,873,448.70
66 $1,000.00 $587,444.87 $6,461,893.57
67 $1,000.00 $646,289.36 $7,109,182.93
68 $1,000.00 $711,018.29 $7,821,201.22
69 $1,000.00 $782,220.12 $8,604,421.34
70 $1,000.00 $860,542.13 $9,465,963.47
71 $1,000.00 $946,696.35 $10,413,659.82
72 $1,000.00 $1,041,465.98 $11,456,125.80
73 $1,000.00 $1,145,712.58 $12,602,838.38
74 $1,000.00 $1,260,383.84 $13,864,222.22
75 $1,000.00 $1,386,522.22 $15,251,744.44



76 $1,000.00 $1,525,274.44 $16,778,018.88
77 $1,000.00 $1,677,901.89 $18,456,920.77
78 $1,000.00 $1,845,792.08 $20,303,712.85
79 $1,000.00 $2,030,471.29 $22,335,184.14
80 $1,000.00 $2,233,618.41 $24,569,802.55
81 $1,000.00 $2,457,080.26 $27,027,882.81
82 $1,000.00 $2,702,888.28 $29,731,771.09
83 $1,000.00 $2,973,277.11 $32,706,048.20
84 $1,000.00 $3,270,704.82 $35,977,753.02
85 $1,000.00 $3,597,875.30 $39,576,628.32
86 $1,000.00 $3,957,762.83 $43,535,391.15
87 $1,000.00 $4,353,639.12 $47,890,030.27
88 $1,000.00 $4,789,103.03 $52,680,133.30
89 $1,000.00 $5,268,113.33 $57,949,246.63
90 $1,000.00 $5,795,024.66 $63,745,271.29
91 $1,000.00 $6,374,627.13 $70,120,898.42
92 $1,000.00 $7,012,189.84 $77,134,088.26
93 $1,000.00 $7,713,508.83 $84,848,597.09
94 $1,000.00 $8,484,959.71 $93,334,556.80
95 $1,000.00 $9,333,555.68 $102,669,112.48
96 $1,000.00 $10,267,011.25 $112,937,123.73
97 $1,000.00 $11,293,812.37 $124,231,936.10
98 $1,000.00 $12,423,293.61 $136,656,229.71
99 $1,000.00 $13,665,722.97 $150,322,952.68
100 $1,000.00 $15,032,395.27 $165,356,347.95
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S&P 500 Index
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The S&P 500,[6] or just the S&P,[7][8] is a stock market index that measures the stock performance of 500 large companies listed on stock exchanges in the United States. It is one of the most commonly followed equity indices, and many consider it to be one of the best representations of the U.S. stock market.[9] The average annual total return of the index, including dividends, since inception in 1926 has been 9.8%; however, there were several years where the index declined over 30%.[10] The index has posted annual increases 70% of the time.[11]

S&P 500
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S&P 500 Index from 1950 to 2016
Foundation
March 4, 1957; 62 years ago[1]
Operator
S&P Dow Jones Indices[2]
Exchanges
NYSE, NASDAQ, Cboe BZX Exchange
Constituents
505[3]
Type
Large-cap[2]
Market cap
US$25.6 trillion
(as of June 28, 2019)[4]
Weighting method
Free-float capitalization-weighted[5]
Related indices
List
S&P 1500
S&P Global 1200
S&P 100
Website
us.spindices.com/indices/equity/sp-500

A linear chart of the S&P 500 using closing values from January 3, 1950 to February 19, 2016

A logarithmic chart of the S&P 500 using daily closing values from January 3, 1950 to February 19, 2016.

A daily volume chart of the S&P 500 from January 3, 1950 to February 19, 2016

Logarithmic graphs of S&P 500 index with and without inflation and with best fit lines
For a list of the components of the index, see List of S&P 500 companies. The components that have increased their dividends in 25 consecutive years are known as the S&P 500 Dividend Aristocrats.

The S&P 500 is a capitalization-weighted index and the performance of the 10 largest companies in the index account for 21.8% of the performance of the index.[1]

Funds that track the index have been recommended as investments by Warren Buffett, John C. Bogle, and Tony Robbins for investors with long time horizons.[12]

Although the index includes only companies listed in the United States, it includes many multi-national companies; companies in the index derive on average only 71% of their revenue in the United States.[13]

The index is one of the factors in computation of the Conference Board Leading Economic Index, used to forecast the direction of the economy.[14]

The index is associated with many ticker symbols, including: ^GSPC,[15] INX,[16] SPY[17] and $SPX, depending on market or website.[18] The index value is updated every 15 seconds, or 1,559 times per trading day, with price updates disseminated by Reuters.[19]

The S&P 500 is maintained by S&P Dow Jones Indices, a joint venture majority-owned by S&P Global and its components are selected by a committee.[20][21]
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Bridgewater Bets Big on Market Drop
World’s largest hedge fund using options to wager that either S&P 500, Euro Stoxx 50—or both—fall by March

Bridgewater Associates, a hedge fund founded by Ray Dalio, is betting on a stock-market downturn.
Bridgewater Associates, a hedge fund founded by Ray Dalio, is betting on a stock-market downturn.PHOTO: PATRICK T. FALLON/BLOOMBERG NEWS

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By Juliet Chung and Gunjan Banerji
Updated Nov. 22, 2019 2:07 pm ET
Bridgewater Associates LP has bet more than $1 billion that stock markets around the world will fall by March, said people familiar with the matter.

The wager, assembled over a span of months and executed by a handful of Wall Street firms, including Goldman Sachs Group Inc. and Morgan Stanley, would pay off for the world’s biggest hedge fund if either the S&P 500 or the Euro Stoxx 50—or both—declines, some of the people said.

It is made up of put options, which are contracts that give investors the right to sell stocks at a specific price, known as a strike, by a certain date. They allow investors to shell out a relatively small amount of cash to hedge a larger portfolio or make a directional wager. The options expire in March and currently represent one of the largest bearish bets against the market.

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Bridgewater paid roughly $1.5 billion for the options contracts, or just about 1% of the Westport, Conn., firm’s $150 billion in assets under management, according to people familiar with the matter.

The options contracts are tied to around $100 billion worth of the indexes, said people familiar with the matter. How much the firm stands to potentially make would depend on many factors, including the magnitude of any market decline and the timing of when the firm cashes in its bet.

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It couldn’t be determined why Bridgewater made the investment. Several clients said it may simply be a hedge for significant exposure to equity markets the firm has built up. Funds often hedge, or take offsetting positions, against other exposure to protect against losses.

The massive size of the wager has prompted chatter among traders and caused the price of some options to rise.

There has been a surge in put options outstanding tied to the S&P 500 index. The number of S&P 500 put options outstanding hit the highest level in more than four years in September, according to data provider Trade Alert. There has also been growing interest in S&P 500 put options expiring in March, the data show.

The bet is one of a growing number of bearish trades that have been placed as stock markets reach new highs and as some investors worry about a correction. Some prominent money managers have also predicted that markets would fall if Sen. Elizabeth Warren wins the Democratic Party nomination, or the presidency; traders have started to place bearish wagers in sectors including health care.

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Bridgewater declined to comment on its trades in a statement, adding: “We have no positions that are intended to either hedge or bet on any potential political developments in the U.S.” Bridgewater also said that its positions change often and are frequently hedges for others and that reading too much into a single position “would be a mistake.”

Some prominent money managers predict that markets would fall if Sen. Elizabeth Warren wins the Democratic Party nomination or the presidency.
Some prominent money managers predict that markets would fall if Sen. Elizabeth Warren wins the Democratic Party nomination or the presidency.PHOTO: JACK KURTZ/ZUMA PRESS

Ray Dalio, Bridgewater’s founder, wrote in a tweet Friday after the article was published that the firm doesn’t have a “net bet that the stock market will fall” and that “to convey us having a bearish view of the stock market would be misleading.” A firm’s net bet refers to its overall position, taking into account all trades, hedges and other factors.

Bridgewater’s bet is made up of a series of put contracts, said people familiar with the matter. The stock indexes wouldn’t have to fall to the contracts’ strike prices for Bridgewater to profit. Rather, Bridgewater could turn around and sell contracts that rise in value if markets start falling, even if the declines leave indexes short of the strike prices.

Most contracts aren’t exercised at their designated strike prices, but instead are commonly used as trading instruments for investors looking to profit from the market’s moves. Options prices typically rise as the underlying instrument gets closer to the strike price and as it appears more likely the instrument could hit that level by the expiration date.

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Bridgewater’s counterparties could theoretically be on the hook should its wager pay off. A standard practice among Wall Street counterparties is to turn around and hedge the risk they have assumed.

Some investors have been unnerved by the near relentless march upward of the S&P 500 since March 2009—the longest bull run in the index’s more-than-90-year history. The index has hit 23 highs in 2019, in a year when hopes for lower interest rates and for a resolution to the trade dispute between the U.S. and China have continued to propel stocks.


March 2020 is significant in the Democratic primary because a majority of the party’s delegates, which are needed to capture a presidential nomination, will have been awarded by the end of the month.

Investors including Stanley Druckenmiller and Leon Cooperman have said in recent months a Warren presidency would cause markets to fall. Some traders say companies are likely to hold off on major spending decisions until it becomes clearer whether she’ll win.

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Wall Street has begun offering analyses of what a President Warren could achieve by executive power and suggesting ways investors could trade a Warren candidacy. Morgan Stanley on Oct. 1 sent trading clients an “Elizabeth Warren Risk Basket” it described as a way to hedge the risk associated with her myriad plans. The basket and its ticker—MSXXWARR—were renamed later that day.

A person close to Morgan Stanley said the basket was meant to reflect the progressive agenda and was broader than any one candidate. Other big banks also have created baskets of stocks tied to Democratic presidential candidates’ policies.

The Warren campaign didn’t respond to requests for comment.

Key Square Capital Management, a $4.5 billion macro hedge fund founded by Scott Bessent, a former investment chief for George Soros, is betting against the dollar in a variety of currencies anticipating Ms. Warren’s continued strength, according to people familiar with the matter.

Key Square said in a Nov. 14 letter to investors that “intelligent people can argue whether Ms. Warren’s numerous programs will be good or bad for American society, but they are unequivocally negative for U.S. asset prices.”

There also have been bearish trades on one of the biggest exchange-traded funds tracking health care, the $18.5 billion Health Care Select Sector SPDR Fund, which holds shares of pharmaceutical companies and health-care providers, analysts said. Ms. Warren and Sen. Bernie Sanders, another leading Democratic presidential hopeful, have called for banning private health insurance and negotiating down drug prices.

Trying to time the markets or bet on political outcomes can be treacherous. Mr. Soros, a major Democratic donor, lost nearly $1 billion in the immediate months followingDonald Trump’s unexpected election when the stock market rallied. Even spending money on simple hedges in recent years has often been a money loser as major U.S. indexes have ascended.

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Bridgewater’s unorthodox management culture of “radical transparency,” which includes taping and posting most internal meetings for all employees to see, has made it one of the few hedge funds to fascinate both on and off Wall Street. Mr. Dalio, 70 years old, has laid out that philosophy in a book he has promoted as a management manifesto for companies, despite high-profile shake-ups in Bridgewater’s own leadership ranks in recent years.

Mr. Dalio, who has called for higher taxes on the wealthy and signed the Giving Pledge—a campaign started by Bill Gates and Warren Buffett to get the wealthy to promise to give away most of their wealth, has warned recently that rising populism around the world and extreme levels of inequality can cause conflicts. “Capitalism needs to be reformed. It doesn’t need to be abandoned,” Mr. Dalio said in an episode of “60 Minutes” earlier this year.

Credited with forecasting the financial crisis, Bridgewater made 8.7% in 2008 in its flagship Pure Alpha fund, then made a major shift into bonds that drove a 27.4% gain in 2010.

This year, the macro fund has lost 2.7% through October. Another fund it manages, All Weather, is up 14.5% for the period. Bridgewater typically makes many small bets across a broad array of instruments.

—Joshua Jamerson contributed to this article.

Write to Juliet Chung at juliet.chung@wsj.com and Gunjan Banerji at Gunjan.Banerji@wsj.com
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Results Summary
Starting amount $1,000.00
Years 100 years.
Additional contributions $1,000.00 per year
Rate of return 10% compounded annually
Total amount you will have contributed $101,000.00
Total interest $165,255,347.95
Total at end of investment $165,356,347.95
Savings Balance

Year Additions Interest Balance
Start $1,000.00 $1,000.00
1 $1,000.00 $200.00 $2,200.00
2 $1,000.00 $320.00 $3,520.00
3 $1,000.00 $452.00 $4,972.00
4 $1,000.00 $597.20 $6,569.20
5 $1,000.00 $756.92 $8,326.12
6 $1,000.00 $932.61 $10,258.73
7 $1,000.00 $1,125.87 $12,384.60
8 $1,000.00 $1,338.46 $14,723.06
9 $1,000.00 $1,572.31 $17,295.37
10 $1,000.00 $1,829.54 $20,124.91
11 $1,000.00 $2,112.49 $23,237.40
12 $1,000.00 $2,423.74 $26,661.14
13 $1,000.00 $2,766.11 $30,427.25
14 $1,000.00 $3,142.73 $34,569.98
15 $1,000.00 $3,557.00 $39,126.98
16 $1,000.00 $4,012.70 $44,139.68
17 $1,000.00 $4,513.97 $49,653.65
18 $1,000.00 $5,065.37 $55,719.02
19 $1,000.00 $5,671.90 $62,390.92
20 $1,000.00 $6,339.09 $69,730.01
21 $1,000.00 $7,073.00 $77,803.01
22 $1,000.00 $7,880.30 $86,683.31
23 $1,000.00 $8,768.33 $96,451.64
24 $1,000.00 $9,745.16 $107,196.80
25 $1,000.00 $10,819.68 $119,016.48


26 $1,000.00 $12,001.65 $132,018.13
27 $1,000.00 $13,301.81 $146,319.94
28 $1,000.00 $14,731.99 $162,051.93
29 $1,000.00 $16,305.19 $179,357.12
30 $1,000.00 $18,035.71 $198,392.83
31 $1,000.00 $19,939.28 $219,332.11
32 $1,000.00 $22,033.21 $242,365.32
33 $1,000.00 $24,336.53 $267,701.85
34 $1,000.00 $26,870.19 $295,572.04
35 $1,000.00 $29,657.20 $326,229.24
36 $1,000.00 $32,722.92 $359,952.16
37 $1,000.00 $36,095.22 $397,047.38
38 $1,000.00 $39,804.74 $437,852.12
39 $1,000.00 $43,885.21 $482,737.33
40 $1,000.00 $48,373.73 $532,111.06
41 $1,000.00 $53,311.11 $586,422.17
42 $1,000.00 $58,742.22 $646,164.39
43 $1,000.00 $64,716.44 $711,880.83
44 $1,000.00 $71,288.08 $784,168.91
45 $1,000.00 $78,516.89 $863,685.80
46 $1,000.00 $86,468.58 $951,154.38
47 $1,000.00 $95,215.44 $1,047,369.82
48 $1,000.00 $104,836.98 $1,153,206.80
49 $1,000.00 $115,420.68 $1,269,627.48
50 $1,000.00 $127,062.75 $1,397,690.23



51 $1,000.00 $139,869.02 $1,538,559.25
52 $1,000.00 $153,955.93 $1,693,515.18
53 $1,000.00 $169,451.52 $1,863,966.70
54 $1,000.00 $186,496.67 $2,051,463.37
55 $1,000.00 $205,246.34 $2,257,709.71
56 $1,000.00 $225,870.97 $2,484,580.68
57 $1,000.00 $248,558.07 $2,734,138.75
58 $1,000.00 $273,513.88 $3,008,652.63
59 $1,000.00 $300,965.26 $3,310,617.89
60 $1,000.00 $331,161.79 $3,642,779.68
61 $1,000.00 $364,377.97 $4,008,157.65
62 $1,000.00 $400,915.76 $4,410,073.41
63 $1,000.00 $441,107.34 $4,852,180.75
64 $1,000.00 $485,318.07 $5,338,498.82
65 $1,000.00 $533,949.88 $5,873,448.70
66 $1,000.00 $587,444.87 $6,461,893.57
67 $1,000.00 $646,289.36 $7,109,182.93
68 $1,000.00 $711,018.29 $7,821,201.22
69 $1,000.00 $782,220.12 $8,604,421.34
70 $1,000.00 $860,542.13 $9,465,963.47
71 $1,000.00 $946,696.35 $10,413,659.82
72 $1,000.00 $1,041,465.98 $11,456,125.80
73 $1,000.00 $1,145,712.58 $12,602,838.38
74 $1,000.00 $1,260,383.84 $13,864,222.22
75 $1,000.00 $1,386,522.22 $15,251,744.44



76 $1,000.00 $1,525,274.44 $16,778,018.88
77 $1,000.00 $1,677,901.89 $18,456,920.77
78 $1,000.00 $1,845,792.08 $20,303,712.85
79 $1,000.00 $2,030,471.29 $22,335,184.14
80 $1,000.00 $2,233,618.41 $24,569,802.55
81 $1,000.00 $2,457,080.26 $27,027,882.81
82 $1,000.00 $2,702,888.28 $29,731,771.09
83 $1,000.00 $2,973,277.11 $32,706,048.20
84 $1,000.00 $3,270,704.82 $35,977,753.02
85 $1,000.00 $3,597,875.30 $39,576,628.32
86 $1,000.00 $3,957,762.83 $43,535,391.15
87 $1,000.00 $4,353,639.12 $47,890,030.27
88 $1,000.00 $4,789,103.03 $52,680,133.30
89 $1,000.00 $5,268,113.33 $57,949,246.63
90 $1,000.00 $5,795,024.66 $63,745,271.29
91 $1,000.00 $6,374,627.13 $70,120,898.42
92 $1,000.00 $7,012,189.84 $77,134,088.26
93 $1,000.00 $7,713,508.83 $84,848,597.09
94 $1,000.00 $8,484,959.71 $93,334,556.80
95 $1,000.00 $9,333,555.68 $102,669,112.48
96 $1,000.00 $10,267,011.25 $112,937,123.73
97 $1,000.00 $11,293,812.37 $124,231,936.10
98 $1,000.00 $12,423,293.61 $136,656,229.71
99 $1,000.00 $13,665,722.97 $150,322,952.68
100 $1,000.00 $15,032,395.27 $165,356,347.95[/QUOTE]
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1940 $10k
1947 $20k
1954 $40k
1960 $80k

1967 $160k
1974 $320k
1980 $640k

1987 $1.25mil
1994 $2.50mil
2000 $5.00mil

2007 $10mil
2014 $20mil
2020 $40mil
2027 $80mil
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