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Imagine having only $10,000 and investing that amount into the stock market, while adding money to that amount each month and watching that small amount of money grow into an exponential amount years later - much like super-investors Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch have done so in the past. If you want to know how much money you will have in five, 10, 15, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60 years from stock market investing and capital gains without doing anything, then this audiobook is for you.

Investing 101: The Powers of Compounding Money in the Stock Market (Part II) delves deeper into the concepts of compounding money invested in the stock market. The amounts that one can make over a long period of time are jaw-dropping and staggering. Some of the topics discussed are:

  • Rates of returns
  • How much money one can earn investing differing sums of money or capital during a certain time frame or period

The listener will have a better understanding of how much a small, initial amount of money saved and invested in the stock market or a business will grow into an exponential amount years later, much like super investors Warren Buffett and Peter Lynch. The author, a value investor, does an excellent job at making difficult-to-understand financial concepts easy for the listener to follow and understand.

This audiobook is for everyone interested in stock market investing, wealth building, and money management. This audiobook can be used as an aid for stock marketing investing for beginners as well as for the expert stock investor and the intelligent investor. As one will learn from the scenarios presented in the audiobook, one will have a better understanding of why it is a good idea to save and invest money. It is never too late to start, but the earlier you start and the more time you have to invest, the more money you will end up with. Learn the powers of compounding money!

©2017 James Lynd (P)2017 James Lynd

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