Dividend Compounding: The Eighth Wonder of the World

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Dividend Compounding: The Eighth Wonder of the World

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Charles Sizemore,
Co-Editor, Green Zone Fortunes

Some attribute the following quote to Albert Einstein:

”Compound interest was the eighth wonder of the world.”

No one can pinpoint the place or time he said it, and the first report of the quote came in a New York Times blurb nearly 30 years after his death.

Still, I like to imagine the world’s greatest physicist sitting at some dive bar in New York with a massive beer mug in front of him, explaining the virtues of compound interest in his thick German accent to the confused shmuck sitting next to him.

At any rate, you may already have a good idea about how compound interest works.

But click here to see how dividend compounding takes it to another level.

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Investors Flee Into Money Market Funds — What That Means for Stocks

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Money market funds were a popular investment many (maybe not that many) years ago.

Investors held cash reserves in money market funds before interest rates fell to almost zero.

These are safe investments with a constant value of $1 per share and monthly interest payments.

Now rates are rising.

That makes money market funds more attractive.

Today’s chart shows why.

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