Venezuela Stock market, in points, source: tradingeconomics.com:
Venezuela Stock market, in points, adjusted for inflation (M2 adjusted):
The M2 adjusted chart is interesting. It shows that in collapsing economy it may have sense to buy stocks. You can see huge growth exceeding the money-supply growth multiple times. But the bad news is that goverment can tax heavily capital gains (currently 34% at the end of 2016) or nationalise whole stockmarket in the end. For foreign investor it is not good situation as well because you can’t sell stocks and leave country. Nobody will sell you gold or dollars for bolivars. But for locals who can buy food and services and pay with bolivars it looks like a good deal.