Do you remember any of your math teachers from high school? Did you ever ask them if any of their lessons would be useful in adult life? Dan details and reviews some handy math concepts that can help you plan for your financial future.
It turns out that what we learned in high school math really is useful later in life. Listen in to learn which concepts are important for building a long-term savings plan and how to use them to increase your chances for a higher rate of return.

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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode:

  • The high school math concepts that are useful for building a long-term savings plan.
  • How we measure inconsistency—and what that has to do with finances.
  • What we need to be mindful of when evaluating investment options.
  • Which particular investment Dan says is a horrible idea.
  • What you need to know about your portfolio.
  • How to calculate your actual volatility.
  • What you can do that will mathematically increase your chances for a higher rate of return.

Ideas Worth Sharing:

[bctt tweet=”Every investment has a level of inconsistency to it that can be measured based on its past performance. – @DanCuprill” username=”DanCuprill”]

[bctt tweet=”We can learn from the past; we just can’t predict with precise accuracy the future based on the past.- @DanCuprill” username=”DanCuprill”]

[bctt tweet=”The reality of being an investor is {that} you have a range of returns that mathematically you can rely upon for most of your occurrences.- @DanCuprill” username=”DanCuprill”]

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