People invest to make money with their money. You can make money by
investing in bank deposits, stocks, bonds, and in mutual
funds. Our main focus is the real-life math computations of
these investment vehicles. We will show you how these investments
The world of investing is complex while the math functions
behind it can be simple.
Let's say you're starting junior high school at age 11 and
want to retire with $2 million at age 65. How much money do you
have to invest each month to reach this goal?
It is just $30 per month or one less trip to a vending machine each
day assuming an annual return of 12% from the stock market. This is
not a miracle. It's a simple math calculation using the concept of
In addition to the real-life math in various types of
investments, you will use and learn about a college fund calculator
to plan for college education expenses, the top 10 US corporations
in terms of stock values, and a stock game to learn how the stock
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