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|Business Ideas That Can Run On Autopilot Mode by Tobsam237(m): 9:29pm On Jan 03|
Been pondering for sometime on what business options or investments I could start in 9ja....
I reside abroad(US), and I intend to manage whatever biz from abroad... Though with few eyes in 9ja to ensure everything runs smoothly...
I have a budget of 2million naira...
And expect a capital/profit turnover Max of 6months..
Ur ideas are highly soughted.
|Re: Business Ideas That Can Run On Autopilot Mode by Nzegold12: 10:22pm On Jan 03|
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|Re: Business Ideas That Can Run On Autopilot Mode by Fxmanager(m): 6:43am On Jan 04|
Tobsam237:We are here for you. Your #2,000,000 can currently give you an average of #100,000+ monthly return investing with us after performance fees. And if you want an average monthly return of more than #1,867,919 after 60 months(5years) of your investment with us, you can do so using compound interest in your investment with us. This means after 60 months(5years) of your investment with us using compound interest, you will be getting an average monthly interest/income of more than #1,867,919 assuming you decide to start withdrawing your monthly interest. This will be possible as long as we stay under our working risk of 5-10% of your capital, and the maximum permissible risk of 30% to your capital. Note: we are doing everything possible to stay under 10% risk to our potential investor’s capital.
At 5% average monthly returns using compound interest without withdrawing funds from your account, your #2,000,000 will grow to more #37,358,372+(#37million plus) in 60months(5years time).
How is it possible to turn #2,000,000 to #37,358,372+(#37million plus) in 60months(5years time)?
It is possible through the power of compound interest as explained below.
Compound interest is the concept of adding accumulated interest back to the principal sum, so that interest is earned on top of interest from that moment on. The act of declaring interest to be added to the principal is called compounding.(I.e you decide to add the earned interest to the initial principal in the investment going forward)
Monthly compound interest formula
We are using monthly here ,since we are talking of monthly returns.
The formula for Monthly compound interest, including principal sum, is:
A = P (1 + r/n) (nt)
A = the future value of the investment, including interest(returns)
P = the principal investment amount (the initial deposit amount)
r = the monthly interest rate(returns) in decimal.
n = the number of times that interest is compounded per month (in this case once or one time)
t = the number of months the money is invested
Note that this formula gives you the future value of an investment, which is compound interest plus the principal. Should you wish to calculate the compound interest only, you need this:
Total compounded interest = P (1 + r/n) (nt) - P
Total compounded interest =A-P
Let's look at an example
Compound interest formula (including principal):
A = P(1+r/n)(nt)
If an amount of #2,000,000 is invested with us and we return a monthly interest rate (returns) of 5%, the value of the investment after 60months (I.e 5 years) can be calculated as follows...
P = #2,000,000. r = 5/100 = 0.05 (decimal). n = 1 (since we are compounding it once a month. t = 60.
If we plug those figures into the formula, we get:
A = #2,000,000(1 + 0.05 / 1) ^ (1(60)) = #37,358,372
So, the investment balance after 60 months (5years) is #37,358,372
Step-by-step explained, how we get the #37,358,372. This all revolves around BODMAS and the order of operations. Let's go through it:
A = #2,000,000(1 + 0.05 / 1) ^ (1(60))
Using the order of operations we work out the totals in the brackets first. Within the first set of brackets, you need to do the division first and then the addition (division and multiplication should be carried out before addition and subtraction). We can also work out the 1(60). This gives us...
A = #2,000,000(1 + 0.05) ^ 60
A = #2,000,000(1.05) ^ 60
The exponent goes next. So, we calculate (1.05) ^ 60.
This means we end up with:
You may have seen some examples giving a formula of A = P ( 1+r ) ^ t . This simplified formula assumes that interest is compounded once per period, rather than multiple times per period.
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