The Worst Inflation Adjusted Decade Ever for the S&P 500

By on February 10, 2009

Henry Blodgett at Clusterstock has pointed out that the 10 year period ended in January was the worst 10 year period, adjusted for inflation, ever for the S&P 500. The reason the 1930’s wasn’t worse is that they suffered from deflation during that decade which mitigated the losses in equities.


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