Answers to

Practical Questions

Here is the example:

You need to put aside and forget about $11.40 per week. That is only one hour of pay per week, which is only 2.5% of your total pay (1 hour out of 40 hours per week).

If you put aside $11.40 per week for 52 weeks, you will have $592.80 after one year, to purchase your first investment.

If you earn 10% per year on your investments and you repeat this action for 40 years, you will have $262,369! That’s more than a quarter million dollars.

If you continue for 50 years, i.e., when you turn 68, you will have $689,965. Wowsa!

I know, I know, 40 or 50 years is forever away! But remember the average life span is now 85 years old, and climbing.

But I digress, back to the example. So, of this $689,965, how much did you actually contribute? You contributed just $29,640, ($592.80 x 50). Time and returns (i.e., "Mankind’s Greatest Discovery", compound interest – see Investment Piece #1, did the rest!

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