What the Stock Market Was Worth the Year You Were Born

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1999
> Start: 13,695.3
> End: 17,144.2
> High: 17,144.2
> Change: +25.2%

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2000
> Start: 16,385.2
> End: 15,563.6
> High: 16,912.5
> Change: -5.0%

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2001
> Start: 14,934.0
> End: 14,057.9
> High: 15,904.4
> Change: -5.9%

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2002
> Start: 13,910.6
> End: 11,519.2
> High: 14,686.5
> Change: -17.2%

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2003
> Start: 11,621.5
> End: 14,114.4
> High: 14,114.4
> Change: +21.5%

Source: Tech. Sgt. Jerry Morrison Jr., U.S. Air Force / Wikimedia Commons

2004
> Start: 13,690.4
> End: 14,181.1
> High: 14,275.2
> Change: +3.6%

Source: Jocelyn Augustino / Wikimedia Commons

2005
> Start: 13,648.2
> End: 13,633.1
> High: 13,916.8
> Change: -0.1%

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2006
> Start: 13,367.1
> End: 15,358.2
> High: 15,416.6
> Change: +14.9%

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2007
> Start: 14,946.6
> End: 15,893.5
> High: 16,971.5
> Change: +6.3%

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2008
> Start: 15,051.1
> End: 10,126.8
> High: 15,067.5
> Change: -32.7%