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This man beat the stock market by 11% since the 1950s

This man beat the stock market by 11% since the 1950s

Even if you don’t invest, you’ve probably heard of Warren Buffett.

On his road to building a net worth of over $100 billion, Buffett’s has more than doubled the overall stock market’s return, producing average annual gains of nearly 21% compared to the S&P 500’s 10%.

He famously said the best decade for him was the 1950s and that if he were managing a small sum such as $1 million, he could guarantee that he would generate an annual compounded rate of return of over 50%.

Buffet’s Year over Year Stock Portfolio Returns

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This is how Warren Buffet has performed in the market since the 1950s.

1950s: 50%

1960s: 28.3%

1970S: 22.2%

1977: 44%

1978: 19%

1979: 111

1980: 33%

1981: 32%

1982: 38%

1983: 69%

1984: -3%

1985: 94%

1986: 14%

1987: 5%

1988: 59%

1989: 85%

1990: -23%

1991: 26%

1992: 30%

1993: 39%

1994: 25%

1995: 57%

1996: 6%

1997: 35%

1998: 52%

1999: -20%

2000: 27%

2001: 6%

2002: -4%

2003: 16%

2004: 4%

2005: 1%

2006: 24%

2007: 29%

2008: -15%

2009: -17%

2010: 21%

2011: -5%

2012: 17%

2013: 33%

2014: 27%

2015: -12%

2016: 23%

2017: 22%

2018: 2%

2019: 12%

2020: 2%

Overall Buffet has to beat the stock market most years, but not all:

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Berkshire Hathaway 10 Years Return in a Beautiful Chart

Based on this data we can see Berkshire’s 10 year return smoothed over since the 1950s.

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