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The following tables are provided to help you assess best case and worst
case scenarios based on actual stock market history. Updated 5/28/15.
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Best & Worst Case Scenarios
June
 
Best
Worst
Average
DJIA                 (1896-2012)
S&P 500          (1950-2012)
NASDAQ 100 (1971-2012)
24%
8%
13%
(1938)
(1955)
(2000)
-18%
-9%
-13%
(1930)
(2008)
(2002)
0.2%
0.0%
0.5%
Best & worst case scenarios based on historical evidence:

The best, worst and average historic returns for the month of June are shown
for the Dow, S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100.

The review period for the DJIA is 1896-2015. 1950-2015 is the review
period for the S&P 500. 1971-2015 is the review period for the NASDAQ
100.

For example, the best DJIA return for the month of June was 24% in the year
1938. The worst DJIA return for the month of June was -18% in the year
1930. The average DJIA return for June during the 1896-2015 period was
0.2%.

Only the DJIA includes the Great Depression and the Stock Market Crash of
1929. The S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100 do not cover those periods.

Dividends are not included. This table is updated monthly.
May
 
Best
Worst
Average
DJIA                 (1896-2012)
S&P 500          (1950-2012)
NASDAQ 100 (1971-2012)
14%
9%
15%
(1919)
(1990)
(1990)
-22%
-9%
-12%
(1940)
(1962)
(2000)
-0.1%
0.2%
1.4%
Best & worst case scenarios based on historical evidence:

The best, worst and average historic returns for the month of May are shown
for the Dow, S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100.

The review period for the DJIA is 1896-2015. 1950-2015 is the review
period for the S&P 500. 1971-2015 is the review period for the NASDAQ
100.

For example, the best DJIA return for the month of May was 14% in the year
1919. The worst DJIA return for the month of May was -22% in the year
1940. The average DJIA return for May during the 1896-2015 period was
-0.1%.

Only the DJIA includes the Great Depression and the Stock Market Crash of
1929. The S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100 do not cover those periods.

Dividends are not included. This table is updated monthly.
January - April
 
Best
Worst
Average
Current
DJIA                 (1896-2012)
S&P 500          (1950-2012)
NASDAQ 100 (1971-2012)
33%
27%
32%
(1975)
(1975)
(1975)
-28%
-11%
-21%
(1932)
(1970)
(2001)
3%
4%
6%
0%
1%
4%
Best & Worst Historical Performance

The best, worst and average historic returns for the period January through April are shown for the
Dow, S&P 500 and the NASDAQ 100. The Current column shows the January - April return for the
current year.

The review period for the DJIA is 1896-2015. 1950-2015 is the review period for the S&P 500.
1971-2015 is the review period for the NASDAQ 100.

For example, the best DJIA return for the January through April period was 33% in the year 1975.
The worst DJIA return for the January through April period was -28% in the year 1932. The average
DJIA return for January through April during the 1896-2015 period was 3%. In 2015 the Dow Jones
Industrial Average has had a return of 0% from the beginning of the year through April.

Only the DJIA includes the Great Depression and the Stock Market Crash of 1929. The S&P 500
and the NASDAQ 100 do not cover those periods.

Dividends are not included. This table is updated monthly.
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