Compound Interest

12 thoughts on “Compound Interest”

  1. Now, if we could only get the banker to compound continuously so that the rate of increase of our savings was directly proportional to the amount of savings we have in the bank – that would be exponentially cool ! But I suppose that would make the banker too busy making all those calculations. She wouldn’t have time for a cup of coffee !

  2. Eric, Now this one I can follow all the way thru and it’s the example that I used in the RV business to demonstrate that leaving your compounding savings alone and financing your RV. Good job.

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