Free Compound Interest Calculator

Free Compound Interest Calculator ImageI decided it was time to adapt a useful piece of software that I use and make it available for everyone here to use…

So here it is – The TraderKnowledge Free Compound Interest Calculator.

This Compound Interest Calculator will show you graphically how much extra money you will make by reinvesting your gains and maintaining your principal payments.
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Online Compound Interest Calculator

We have just developed and released our Online Compound Interest Calculator here at

We decided to develop this due to the success of our downloadable compound interest calculator as we have received requests from people who do not run MS Windows or who simply don’t want to run the software on their personal computers.

The Online Compound Interest Calculator is easy to use – just follow the instructions.

We would love to hear any feedback about how we could make it better for you, so please let us know.

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4 Useful Firefox Add-ons and Tips for Investors

Firefox and Greasemonkey for InvestorsIf you are a Firefox fan, and use the internet a lot to handle your investments, then take a look at these 4 useful Add-ons and tips to help you out.

If you are unfamiliar with Firefox, then check out the Firefox website for more info on this popular web browser.

Each of these add-ons and tips are easy to get working and easy to disable if you don’t like them or they are not suitable for you.

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What Are Exchange Traded Funds?

This article is a brief introduction to explain what Exchange Traded Funds are, how they work, and how you can use them as part of your investment arsenal.

Basically, an Exchange Traded Fund is a collection of shares that will try to replicate the price action of a particular index such as the S&P500 or a market sector such as Energy or Technology.

Exchange Traded Funds were first introduced in 1989 on the Toronto Stock Exchange, and have gained popularity ever since.

The American Exchange lists over 100 Exchange Traded Funds. The first to be listed here was the SPDR in 1993.

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Growing Your Investments With Compound Interest

After releasing the Free Compound Interest calculator, there have been a lot of visitors here who are searching for compound interest calculators or arriving from the various download sites that are hosting the Free Compound Interest Calculator.

So, I thought that I might expand a little on how we can use Compound Interest to our advantage when wanting to maximize our investments.

First of all, let’s take a look at how the compound interest calculation works.

Let’s say that we buy $1,000 worth of an investment that will pay us a rate of 15% per year.

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Financial Links

Here are a few links to articles around the web that I have enjoyed over the last few weeks.

Are You Buying Silver Yet?
Jon at Art of Money asks, Are you buying silver yet? He provides some valuable reasons for why he is interested in expanding his investment portfolio into this valuable commodity and several different ways on how you can increase your wealth by doing so.

The History Of Silver
If Jon has whetted your appetite for buying some silver, then you might want to head over to Jon’s friends website to find out a little about The History of Silver. Here you can find some compelling reasons as to how useful and in demand this useful metal is.

Financial Freedom – The Reality
John Chow gives us an insight into what it means to be financially free. If you take a closer look at what John does for a living, then you will soon see that this information is more than likely to be coming straight from the horses mouth. He gives us his definition of Financial Freedom and goes on to explain how achieving it is not that difficult and some simple steps that you need to take to get there.

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