I sometimes receive e-mails from potential traders that want to get “rich” trading. I tell them to instead consider investing their capital for long-term appreciation, preferably via passive or active mutual funds. This is why: The chart shows 10 000 invested annually for 30 years with 9% return: after 30 years you have almost 1.4 million in assets. Not bad!Continue reading
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