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Find out what the investments you didn't make in the past would be worth today.*
* Just for fun. Not investment advice.

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Bet you wish you could time travel right now!

Your investment would be worth

$2,000.32

today with an annual return rate of 10%
and total profit of $300

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As the popular adage goes, time in market beats timing the market. That said, it’s only natural to look back on early IPOs of mammoth stocks like Apple and Amazon and wonder what might have been had you invested in the past. If you invested $10,000 in Google a decade ago, you would have more than $300,000 today for a 30 times return.

Of course, high-flying stocks like Apple and Google are the exception, and not the norm—but over time, the U.S. stock market’s annual return is about 10% on average**. Investors can stay in the know by tracking upcoming IPOs and seeking out information about public companies across a range of sectors. As a social investing app, Public makes it possible to exchange ideas with a transparent community of investors, so you can learn about and discover new companies with friends and subject matter experts as you build a portfolio of companies you believe in.

* Estimate as of Jan. 2020
** Source: Nerd Wallet, Dec. 2019

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