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The Future Value of Money – Cardone Zone

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$5,000 is NOT much money. Money goes where money knows, and people who hate money never have money. Broke people don’t have a target big enough, because to them 5K is a big amount…but the question is, how do you turn 5k into a million? If you had 5k and add $5,000 every year and earn 20% on it, you’ll have $1,125,000 dollars in 20 years. So how to get to 20% returns? If you have only 10% a year, you’ll have just 320k. If my real estate isn’t making 20% a year I make it when I sell the property. My deals make 20-30% and my bad deals make 15% when I sell them. Learn more at http://www.cardonecapital.com

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