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Compounding Examples I

The following examples illustrate the money that gets lost over the years when investors continue to under-perform. 

I am encouraging readers to seriously evaluate where they stand and where they are going with there investments.   

We must all make the best of the time we have.

Yours Truley,

The Developer

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Comment by Rusell Norman on November 24, 2013 at 9:04am

When you are saving you must some how compound at the highest rate possible with out taking too much risk. You can take too much risk or too  little risk. It really depends on your personal ability to endure market pressure. Look at the attachments to see how different levels of risk and return affect the future values.

 My personal opinion is any one that cannot reap at least  28% per year in the market is not using all the tools at their disposal. Today in the 21st century there are many ways to beat the market. 

Mr. Norman

Comment by Ricardo Roberts on November 23, 2013 at 8:07am

Now it is clear to me. The Mutual Fund Constitution will increase the overall returns for the customer,  reward the the better performing funds, and provide help for the funds that are having trouble. This is a great concept. This will correct a lot of problems naturally with out the need to fight it out in congress.  A real win win for everyone. This really needs to be done because right now the little guy is loosing.


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