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Global Stock Market Post 2009 Recovery - Aaron Skloff, AIF, CFA, MBA - CEO Skloff Financial Group

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Global Stock Market Post 2009 Recovery

Skloff Financial Group
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  • 1. Global Stock Market Post 2009 Recovery www.skloff.com
  • 2. Stocks Have Provided the Highest Returns in the Long Run Sources: S&P, Ibbotson, Bloomberg, American Funds www.skloff.com
  • 3. Global Stock Collapse During 2007-2009 Still Presents Opportunity Unprecedented global stock market volatility from 2007 to 2009 has driven investors away from stocks and towards bonds. Net new purchases of bond funds reached an unprecedented $350 billion in 2009, while flows into stock funds totaled a mere $14 billion. Although past performance does not guarantee future results, the likely shifting in the tide above, or the shifting of assets from money markets to stocks could provide significant positive stock market performance. Source: American Funds www.skloff.com
  • 4. S&P 500 Stock Dividends Can Support Returns Source: American Funds www.skloff.com
  • 5. S&P 500 Stock Dividends are on the Rise In the first quarter of 2010, S&P 500 companies increased or initiated dividends 78 times, versus with only one decrease and one suspension. www.skloff.com
  • 6. Even if Inflation Returns U.S. Stocks Can Show Strong Results Sources: Leuthold Group, American Funds www.skloff.com
  • 7. International Stocks with High Dividends Have Highest Returns Sources: MSCI World ex USA Index, American Funds www.skloff.com
  • 8. Cash on U.S. Balance Sheets Near 30-Yr High-Dividend Increases Likely www.skloff.com
  • 9. Developing Markets Now Exceed U.S. Share of Global Consumption www.skloff.com