A decade later: What $1,000 invested in these stocks is worth today

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This chart shows how you would have fared if you bought $1,000 worth of shares — during the pre-crisis highs in October 2007 — in some of America's best-known companies. The amounts are based on share price alone, not including the re-investment of dividends.

Each blue dot below shows the $1,000 investment, and each pink circle represents the value of that investment today.

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