In my previous post on The Beauty of Compounding to Investors, I’ve discussed briefly on the mechanics of the simple compound interest equation and concluded that the best way for an investor to optimize its use is to identify each factor (starting capital, compound rate, time period) in the equation separately and work on the weaknesses (especially those that is easily within our control) so that the integration of all 3 factors can hopefully produce an exceptional result. In this post, I’ll talk more about this effect on companies and try to relate it to the individual investor.

Case Studies & Assumptions

Let’s use some of case studies for Company X (if you are curious about the company’s real identity, like me on Facebook or follow my posts via email by subscribing on the right panel – Let me know by commenting below or emailing me at secretinvestors@gmail.com …