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Don't Be Fooled by an Investment's Rate of Return

When you invest, you are looking for return. You want your money to grow over time, preferably at a rate that will allow you to achieve your financial goals. An investment's rate of return can be a deceptive thing, however. The amount of money that an investment has made in the past isn't a...
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