Lately everyone has been talking about how the wealthy keep getting wealthier. There are many reasons for rising wealth and income inequality in this country, but one that stands out is the fact that wealthy people simply have more money to invest. It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that the rich get a significantly greater portion of their income from capital gains (investment returns), as opposed to ordinary income like salaries, than do the middle class. Likewise, they have a much higher savings rate (the portion of income allocated to savings/investments) than the middle class. Those problems are hard ones to solve, but here's one that's not: Many middle class individuals don't invest their savings simply because they don't think they know how to invest. was created to give people the information they need to make informed decisions with their money. Here you'll find plenty of information to help you get started growing your savings today!

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From 1915 through 2015, the S&P 500 had an average annual return of about 10%.
Adjusting for inflation, the average annual rate of return of the S&P 500 was around 7% over the last century.
At 7% annual growth, your money would approximately double every 10 years.

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