Mar 24th, 2007
And I’m not referring to the bonsai.
Or to this. Though if someone finds one of these, please let me know.
Instead a money tree would look a little more like this:
Ok so the graphic isnt very good. But its what it represents that is so mind numbingly awesome that it deserves its own post. Two words: compounding interest. What does this have to do with a money tree? Well think of your initial investment as planting a seed to your money tree. Assuming the market returns at 10% your tree grows another branch with your money on it. Whats better is that every new branch has twice as much money fruit as the branch below it. Then when you are ready, pick away, free money from your very own money tree.