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Compound Interest

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Compound Interest is one of the most powerful laws of math on the side of the investor. Compound Interest causes fairly small amounts of money to grow substantially over time. For example, an investment of $5,000 that earns 14% interest per year will grow to $132,310 in 25 years.

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