Billionaire's Formula

FV = PV * (1+r)^n

FV = future value of money
PV = present value of money
r = rate of return or interest rate
n = period or time

It's really as simple as this, not new but I guess a seldom used formula. Let's decipher this formula into a more realistic business point of view.

As an example I will illustrate Mr. Bill Gates, Microsoft Inc.

FV(Bill Gates) = PV (invented operating system) * (1 + r (microsoft sales)) to the power of n (number of years microsoft has been around)

If Bill Gates started with 1 cent as a present value of his operating system and sold 2 the first year, 4 on the 2nd year, 8 on the 3rd year, 16 on the 4th, and so forth for the next 30 years. His Future Value will be = $ 10,737,418.24. But he sold and still selling way more than that. That's why he's a billionaire. Money begets money and when it reaches a critical mass it'll be like a snowball rolling downhill turning into an avalanche.

$ 10,737,418.24 = .01 * (1 + 200%)^30


1: $.02
2: $.04
3: $.08
4: $.16
5: $.32
6: $.64
7: $1.28
8: $2.56
9: $5.12
10: $10.24
11: $20.48
12: $40.96
13: $81.92
14: $163.84
15: $327.68
16: $655.36
17: $1,310.72
18: $2,621.44
19: $5,242.88
20: $10,485.76
21: $20,971.52
22: $41,943.04
23: $83,386.08
24: $167,772.16
25: $335,544.32
26: $671,088.64
27: $1,342,177.28
28: $2,684,354.56
29: $5,368,709.12
30: $10,737,418.24

Simple? This computation is not new and I know it's easier said than done. However, save this formula, and if you find a money making business, work, or product, plug in your numbers in the formula and see for yourself that it actually work. Remember that you can also invest your money in stocks, real estate, etc. Leveraging your money to work for you is the key ingredient in this equation, and it doesn't matter whether you start small or large investment because you'll have the same constant formula in doubling your money.

As a bonus allow me to leave you this trivia question. Take a chess board and a grain of rice double that grain of rice on the 1st square, 4 grains on the 2nd, 8 grains on the 3rd and so forth until you fill in 64 squares. How much rice do you suppose you'll have?

Best of luck.




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Easy Money Online

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