Stocks’ Brexit Losses Are Irrelevant Over the Long Term: Chart

Reasons Not to Chase Rallies Post Brexit Decision

Who cares about European stocks anyway? Since the start of 1987, the S&P 500 Index has jumped more than twice the amount of either the FTSE 100 Index or the Euro Stoxx 50 Index. While the euro wasn’t introduced until 1999, the equity benchmark for the region was backdated to start at the end of 1986 to provide a historical comparison.

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