World Savings Day: Creating Better Incentives for Saving Shares
On World Savings Day, Deutsches Aktieninstitut is calling on policymakers to swiftly pass the planned Future Financing Act and thus make equities more interesting for everyone. In view of high inflation rates, saving with stocks is more important than ever, because a long-term, broadly diversified stock investment has generated annual returns of six to nine percent on average in the past.
The Return triangles of Deutsches Aktieninstitut are traditionally updated at the beginning of the year (DAX Return Triangle for one-time investment, DAX Return Triangle for monthly investment, EURO-STOXX Return Triangle). The DAX Retrun triangles visualize the annual average returns on the German stock market over a 50-year period from 1971 to today.
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