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Value Averaging

Similar to “Dollar Cost Averaging”, “Value Averaging” is also investing on a regular basis; weekly or monthly. The only difference is you do not invest the same amount monthly. “Value Averaging” means you are value investing. You invest more money … Continue reading

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Dollar Cost Average

Dollar Cost Average is the purchasing of a fixed dollar amount of a particular investment or fund on a regular basis, regardless of the fund price. You have to buy an initial amount of around $1,000; varies in different countries … Continue reading

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Rule of 72 – the Power of Compounding

The Rule of 72 is to divide the number of 72 by the interest rate or the average earning rate and the answer will be how long it will take for your money to double. For example, a $10,000 investment … Continue reading

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Compounding – The 8th Wonder of the World

Rice on a chessboard A courtier presented the Persian king with a beautiful, hand-made chessboard. The king asked what he would like in return for his gift and the courtier surprised the king by asking for one grain of rice … Continue reading

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Linear Growth versus Exponential Growth

lĭn’ē-ər adj. of, or relating to, or resembling a straight line having only one dimension Income creation is a typical example of linear growth. This is where you exchange your time for money, be it as a ordinary worker, a … Continue reading

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Leveraged Growth – The Coca-cola Story

Leveraged Growth Working Smart Not Working Hard The story

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The Power of Leveraging

The concept of exchanging “Time for Money” is really limiting. There is that much we can do with our 24-hour, so we will have to look for other ways and means to add to our income, to achieve the goal … Continue reading

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