Economic “snapshots”?

compiled & edited by Daniel Hagadorn

WENDELL PHILLIPS (1811-1884) | “Debt is the fatal disease of republics, the first and the mightiest to undermine governments and corrupt the people.”

SOURCE: www.nowtheendbegins.com

OVERALL…

  • From 1790 to 2010 the DJIA increased by 29,373%.
  • From 1790 to 2010 the NYSE price of gold per fine ounce increased by 389%.
  • From 1790 to 2010 the Real GDP increased by 334,626%.
  • From 1790 to 2010 the Real GDP per capita increased by 4,165%.
  • From 1790 to 2010 the National Debt increased by 1,409,974%.
  • From 1790 to 2010 the National Debt per capita increased by 17,861%.

Historical “snapshots” of the U.S. economy…[1] [2] [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

NYSE = New York Stock Exchange

GDP = Gross Domestic Product

DJIA = Dow Jones Industrial Average

IN 1790…

  • The New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) price of gold per fine ounce = $241.48 (2009 USD).
  • The Real Gross Domestic Product (GDP) = $4,386,875,422.62 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,116.46 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $939,802,870.36 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $239.24 (2009 USD).

IN 1795…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $241.48 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $6,488,261,737.55 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,422.04 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $1,005,609,838.07 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $217.69 (2009 USD).

IN 1800…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $241.48 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $8,059,126,986.96 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,521.52 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $1,033,365,585.55 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $194.65 (2009 USD).

IN 1805…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $273.66 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $9,698,622,271.55 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,569.27 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $1,161,696,545.70 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $185.17 (2009 USD).

IN 1810…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $262.19 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $11,575,599,265.14 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,602.42 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $719,014,916.51 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $99.25 (2009 USD).

IN 1815…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $250.12 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $13,968,935,570.94 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,681.41 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $1,153,919,786.25 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $136.74 (2009 USD).

IN 1820…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $293.75 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $15,702,116,300.37 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,632.58 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $1,378,823,438.26 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $143.01 (2009 USD).

IN 1825…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $362.98 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $19,683,747,705.79 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,770.89 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $1,568,523,504.50 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $139.46 (2009 USD).

IN 1830…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $385.38 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $24,142,521,260.49 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $1,871.37 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $965,257,152.00 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $75.13 (2009 USD).

IN 1835…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $424.90 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $30,796,366,574.95 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $2,064.54 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $692,763.00 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $0.04 (2009 USD).

IN 1840…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $438.89 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $34,272,532,324.53 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $2,001.88 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $75,873,100.77 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $4.46 (2009 USD).

IN 1845…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $470.40 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $42,646,485,980.76 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $2,163.93 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $362,419,597.34 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $17.98 (2009 USD).

IN 1850…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $526.52 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $54,017,284,506.03 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $2,322.21 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $1,616,322,441.57 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $69.80 (2009 USD).

IN 1855…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $470.13 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $75,898,282,702.87 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $2,737.36 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $809,404,713.48 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $29.57 (2009 USD).

IN 1860…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $487.69 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $89,444,544,406.42 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $2,838.35 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $1,529,904,609.48 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $48.60 (2009 USD).

IN 1865…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $450.50 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $114,663,358,916.86 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $3,259.14 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $37,134,898,703.61 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $1,061.00 (2009 USD).

IN 1870…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $398.04 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $122,309,616,327.18 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $3,065.03 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $41,575,361,237.72 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $1,078.32 (2009 USD).

IN 1875…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $458.55 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $153,162,629,915.28 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $3,366.80 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $43,099,770,591.00 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $971.36 (2009 USD).

IN 1880…

  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $453.76 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $208,955,580,410.61 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $4,157.31 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $46,548,912,426.98 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $927.50 (2009 USD).

IN 1885…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 30.42 (8 Jun 1885)…HIGH of 40.77 (19 Nov 1885)…AVG. of 35.59.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $487.28 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $251,076,992,154.05 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $4,394.99 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $43,941,224,812.02 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $776.53 (2009 USD).

IN 1890…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 33.84 (8 Dec 1890)…HIGH of 45.66 (4 Jun 1890)…AVG. of 39.75.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $487.28 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $347,591,519,548.50 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $5,512.42 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $36,590,250,523.83 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $581.10 (2009 USD).

IN 1895…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 28.40 (2 Mar 1895)…HIGH of 37.15 (4 Nov 1895)…AVG. of 32.77.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $525.99 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $369,564,024,458.89 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $5,273.76 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $42,651,905,505.49 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $612.76 (2009 USD).

IN 1900…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 38.92 (25 Sep 1900)…HIGH of 52.04 (27 Dec 1900)…AVG. of 48.45.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $525.99 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $460,630,634,299.70 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $6,053.44 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $54,378,808,845.94 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $713.53 (2009 USD).

IN 1905…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 50.37 (25 Jan 1905)…HIGH of 70.74 (29 Dec 1905)…AVG. of 60.55.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $487.24 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $563,420,997,132.36 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $6,721.64 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $53,617,960,880.16 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $636.69 (2009 USD).

IN 1910…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 53.93 (26 Jul 1910)…HIGH of 72.04 (3 Jan 1910)…AVG. of 62.99.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $470.01 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $581,467,428,284.84 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $6,292.46 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $60,318,478,794.26 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $653.97 (2009 USD).

IN 1915…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 54.63 (2 Jan 1915)…HIGH of 99.21 (27 Dec 1915)…AVG. of 76.92.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $433.03 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $619,669,302,464.20 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $6,163.04 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $64,066,975,763.45 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $646.30 (2009 USD).

IN 1920…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 66.75 (21 Dec 1920)…HIGH of 109.88 (3 Jan 1920)…AVG. of 88.32.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $219.45 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $749,161,106,440.07 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $7,036.95 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $275,536,236,166.21 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $2,598.82 (2009 USD).

IN 1925…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 115.00 (30 Mar 1925)…HIGH of 159.39 (6 Nov 1925)…AVG. of 137.20.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $250.85 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $922,462,838,897.67 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $7,964.00 (2000 USD).
  • The National Debt = $248,981,243,388.28 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $2,172.44 (2009 USD).

IN 1930…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 157.51 (16 Dec 1930)…HIGH of 294.07 (17 Apr 1930)…AVG. of 225.79.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $263.09 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $972,585,641,249.28 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $7,895.13 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $206,005,447,420.83 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $1,672.07 (2009 USD).

IN 1935…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 96.71 (14 Mar 1935)…HIGH of 148.44 (19 Nov 1935)…AVG. of 122.58.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $541.41 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP =$942,301,276,524.00 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $7,398.61 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $443,971,603,196.41 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $3,346.08 (2009 USD).

IN 1940…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 111.84 (10 Jun 1940)…HIGH of 152.80 (3 Jan 1940)…AVG. of 132.32.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $529.64 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $1,271,180,762,515.44 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $9,621.27 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $650,207,183,542.85 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $4,573.50 (2009 USD).

IN 1945…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 152.03 (22 Jan 1945)…HIGH of 195.82 (11 Dec 1945)…AVG. of 173.93.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $412.79 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $2,192,239,409,106.24 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $15,666.91 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $3,050,907,202,197.98 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $20,105.41 (2009 USD).

IN 1950…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 196.81 (13 Jan 1950)…HIGH of 235.47 (24 Nov 1950)…AVG. of 216.14.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $308.53 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $2,185,267,469,025.60 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $14,406.71 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $2,268,652,413,705.36 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $14,062.51 (2009 USD).

IN 1955…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 391.36 (14 Mar 1955)…HIGH of 487.80 (8 Dec 1955)…AVG. of 439.58.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $277.29 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $2,723,740,903,691.28 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $16,480.05 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $2,173,784,142,097.10 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $12,398.63 (2009 USD).

IN 1960…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 566.05 (25 Oct 1960)…HIGH of 685.47 (5 Jan 1960)…AVG. of 625.76.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $250.72 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $3,083,885,183,481.84 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $17,060.66 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $2,051,117,947,707.85 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $10,833.94 (2009 USD).

IN 1965…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 840.59 (29 Jun 1965)…HIGH of 969.26 (31 Dec 1965)…AVG. of 904.93.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $235.51 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $3,932,718,888,299.76 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $20,235.55 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $2,134,880,316,322.12 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $10,604.83 (2009 USD).

IN 1970…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 631.16 (26 May 1970)…HIGH of 842.00 (29 Dec 1970)…AVG. of 736.58.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $198.94 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $4,651,482,335,988.24 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $22,680.31 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $2,026,669,282,078.20 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $9,501.43 (2009 USD).

IN 1975…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 632.04 (2 Jan 1975)…HIGH of 878.99 (30 Jun 1975)…AVG. 755.52.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $636.79 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $5,315,559,628,669.20 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $24,611.24 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $2,102,463,441,758.43 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $9,347.52 (2009 USD).

IN 1980…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 759.13 (21 Apr 1980)…HIGH of 1,000.17 (20 Nov 1980)…AVG. of 879.65.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $1,574.26 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $6,360,805,957,946.40 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $27,931.84 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $2,332,769,400,853.57 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $9,861.95 (2009 USD).

IN 1985…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 1,184.96 (4 Jan 1985)…HIGH of 1,553.10 (16 Dec 1985)…AVG. of 1,369.03.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $624.98 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $7,461,392,061,613.68 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $31,283.88 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $3,586,876,399,170.36 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $14,485.05 (2009 USD).

IN 1990…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 2,416.34 (15 Oct 1990)…HIGH of 2,999.75 (17 Jul 1990)…AVG. of 2,708.05.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $623.88 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $8,751,854,595,914.64 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $34,982.09 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $5,240,424,307,377.38 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $20,256.00 (2009 USD).

IN 1995…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 3,832.08 (30 Jan 1995)…HIGH of 5,216.47 (13 Dec 1995)…AVG. of 4,524.28.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $537.44 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $9,906,364,298,643.12 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $37,159.83 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $6,934,410,332,162.54 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $25,210.00 (2009 USD).

IN 2000…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 9,796.03 (7 Mar 2000)…HIGH of 11,582.43 (13 Jan 2000)…AVG. of 10,689.22.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $345.52 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $12,229,218,647,697.60 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $43,302.61 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $6,999,473,159,249.67 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $24,018.34 (2009 USD).

IN 2005…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 10,012.36 (20 Apr 2005)…HIGH of 10,940.55 (4 Mar 2005)…AVG. of 10,476.46.
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $485.86 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP = $12,638,400,000,000 (2009 USD).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $42,697.30 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt = $8,641,621,318,539.10 (2009 USD).
  • The National Debt per capita = $28,777.37 (2009 USD).

IN 2010…

  • The DJIA = LOW of 9,774.02 (26 Apr 2010)…HIGH of 11,205.03 (30 Jun 2010)…AVG. of 10,489.53 (as of 1 Jul 2010).
  • The NYSE price of gold per fine ounce = $1,180.22 (as of 2 Aug 2010).
  • The Real GDP = $14,684,000,000,000 (as of 2 Aug 2010).
  • The Real GDP per capita = $47,613.43 (as of 2 Aug 2010).
  • The National Debt = $13,251,918,949,824.26 (as of 2 Aug 2010).
  • The National Debt per capita = $42,969.84 (population based upon U.S. Census Bureau estimate).

[1] NOTE: Observations prior to 7 October 1896 were extracted from the single Dow Jones Average and then adjusted to merge with the remaining data. All data concerning the historic daily quotes of the Dow Jones Averages were excerpted from a serial publication released by the Dow Jones Company. Cf. Phyllis S. Pierce, ed., The Dow Jones Averages, 1885-1995 (Chicago, IL: Irwin Professional Publishing, 1996). This book contains four indexes that have been used to create this series. Each series was then “spliced” with the next according to the value of the two consecutive indexes on a common day. Since the DJIA is regarded as a consistent index from the present day back to 12 December 1914, whenever the number of stocks increased, split, or was replaced, the average was adjusted accordingly. To compute the index from 30 July 1914 back to 7 October 1896, the values of the first DJIA of 12 stocks were multiplied by (54.62/74.56)—the ratio of the second index of 20 to first index of 12—on 12 December 1914. The numbers from 23 September 1889 to 7 October 1896 were excerpted from a list entitled “The 20-Stock Average,” published in The Dow Jones Averages, 1885-1995, and subtitled, “20 Mixed Stocks…18 Railroads and 2 Industrials.” Although the publication does not indicate the origin of this index, its movement closely aligns with the published DJA of 12 stocks. To accurately quantify the index from this period, the values of the 20-stock average was multiplied by 0.5825—the figure above (54.62/74.56) times 0.795—the ratio of DJIA to the value of the mixed index on 31 December 1896. Finally, to connect the index back to 1885, DJA of 12 stocks was multiplied by a factor of 0.45775, because this average is 78.58% larger than the 20 stock averages on 23 September 1889. Jack Wilson, Professor of Finance at North Carolina State University, supplied the above data to MeasuringWorth.

[2] Samuel H. Williamson, “Daily Closing Value of the Dow Jones Average, 1885 to Present,” MeasuringWorth (2008). http://www.measuringworth.org/DJA/.

[3] Lawrence H. Officer, “The Price of Gold, 1257-2009,” MeasuringWorth (2010). http://www.measuringworth.org/gold/.

[4] Lawrence H. Officer, “What Was the U.S. GDP Then?,” MeasuringWorth (2010). http://www.measuringworth.org/usgdp/.

[5] http://www.treasurydirect.gov/govt/reports/pd/histdebt/histdebt.htm.

[6] U.S. Bureau of the Census,  “Current Population Reports,” Series P-25, Nos. 311, 917, 1095 released on 4 June 1999. http://www.census.gov/prod/www/abs/decennial/. NOTE: To reach an approximate value for the five-year spans between the official U.S. Census reports, the populations were averaged to obtain a general figure.

[7] The pre-1975 data was taken from the Consumer Price Index statistics, “Historical Statistics of the United States” (USGPO, 1975). All post-1975 data was taken from the annual Statistical Abstracts of the United States. http://www.westegg.com/inflation/.

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