tfw you need a +100,000% return on a $1000 investment to make a $1,000,000

tfw buying and holding the stock market only gives you a 5% annualized return after inflation...

# Tfw you need a +100,000% return on a $1000 investment to make a $1,000,000

https://www.easycalculation.com/mortgage/roi-calculator.php

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+is+100000%25+of+1000

http://seekingalpha.com/article/3984514-high-dividend-investing-winners-losers-opportunities-following-brexit-vote

http://www.quirksmode.org/js/state.html

http://www.2ality.com/2011/04/iterating-over-arrays-and-objects-in.html

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qurdyOJFj2Q

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lnR1hmFsVkE

This is when you get a job or start a business

go back to /r9k/

>>1371497

When multiplying numbers like that just add the zeros together

1000 * 1000 is 1,000,000

@Illusionz

You're technically right, but I'm thinking in terms of price change of a stock going to the moon

(1+(100,000%/100))*$1000 ~ $1 million

@New_Cliche

that's why it's better to invest $50,000 instead of $1,000

50,000 * 1,000 = 50,000,000

50,000 * 100 = 5,000,000

50,000 * 10 = 500,000

@Lunatick

Literally what are you writing retard, no wonder you're a NEET

Think through it logically.

1000 * 10 = 10,000

So 1000 * 100 = 100,000 (Hmmm ONE THOUSAND, times one hundred... hmmm that gives us one hundred thousand)

1000 * 1000 = 1,000,000

Notice how the zeros add up in the product, retard?

@New_Cliche

In real terms, you should be making ~10% in real terms with stock, annually.

Veeky Forums - Business & Finance

I cannot believe I'm reading this. Do you even know how to percentage?

@farquit

@Spamalot

are you guys retarded?

1000 / 100 = 10 10 = 1% of 1000

1,000,000 / 10 = 100,000

so you need 100,000 1%'s, which is 100,000%

No you stupid nigger

this is a quality thread

@Snarelure

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=what+is+100000%25+of+1000

if you still don't get it consider kys

2 words

QUARTERLY

DIVIDENDS

also . your investment isn't just 1k

cuz u should be throwing in at least 100

every month.

so please revise your formula to include

the rent your money earns, and the money you will be adding monthly.

i wrote one in javascript if you will give me some time to find where i saved it.

http://seekingalpha.com/article/3984514-high-dividend-investing-winners-losers-opportunities-following-brexit-vote

// init = initial investment lump sum , in your case 1k

// reup = is how much more u invest monthly

// yrs = is how many years you want to calculate for

// div= is the dividend amount of the company you bought

// this formula assumes the market will grow 14% a year

function calculate(init,reup,yrs,div){

div = div * 4 * yrs ;

init = init + reup + div * 12 * yrs *14 ;

return init ;

}

calculate(1000,100,10,10); // this is an example, u can change the numbers acorndingly.

// i just slapped this 2gether, let me know if theres any problmes with it

@cum2soon

673100

^

is the answer that formula spits out for the computer illiterate.

@New_Cliche

Hey what's up its chad

Today I put all of my money into bitcoin

I Just did a large dose of dmt

I am singing

ITT: Veeky Forums learns math

@cum2soon

let me know if theres any problmes* with it

not to be anal, but you forgot ; after } ;)

Veeky Forums is so wise. Well, it would be if it could figure out how math and interest work. ITT more laughs than anything on /b/ today.

function calculate(init,reup,yrs,div){

div = div * 4 * yrs ;

reup = reup * 12 * yrs

init = init + div + reup *14 ;

return init ;

}

calculate(1000,100,10,10);

169400

169400/12

14116.666666666666

14116/10

1411.6

yea the equation was wrong. sorry , like i said i just threw it 2gether. i guess op should do suicide .

@SomethingNew

calculate(200,200,19,14);

639664

calculate(100,200,18,12);

605764

605764/12

50480.333333333336

50480/18

2804.4444444444443

still. if u stick to simple good habits, you should be more than comfortalbe by the time you are too old to work hard, with a very modest amount of money.

@askme

just make sure u pick good companies with nice dividends, honestly , i think in the next 10 years teh market will deliver much better than 14% but thats just my cyclical, post 10 year + recession optimism.

@SomethingNew

fuck off autist. If you invest 1000 in a stock it needs to go up 100,000% in order to become 1,000,000. its that simple.

Holy fucking shit you're all god damn retarded.

Veeky Forums is a fucking joke.

Do you actually think when it says +100% next to a stock or crypto that it's value has been multiplied by 100 in the last 24 hours? Is this board populated by children??

@FastChef

Yeah. I can imagine some here reaching retirement thinking they'll be fine and then the look on their faces when they realise they only have a tiny fraction of what they require.

@iluvmen

um......

yea. okay dimwit. keep adding zeros 2 the back of shit and see how far that gets u in business.

@kizzmybutt

no ur right . that @kizzmybutt

formula was rong.

its supposed 2 be * .14 then add that 2 init .

dont know why someone doesn't jsut fix the formula, but i will later.

@Bidwell

the actual formula is more complex and requires and interator, 2 account for the growth per year . i will try 2 put it 2gether , but im obviously no math genius >.< so give me a sec and be eazy on me, if i wasn't working it out on this board, i wouldn't be doing it at all :p

@Techpill

not that i find those figures wildly unrealistic. based on projections for the markets growth. but

i'd like 2 not be held accountable for bullshit math.

this

thread

hope u dont mind. b3for i finish this im gonna catch up on some episodes of shark tank.

in the meantime, u can try it urself,

@StonedTime

no one got it yet?

im almost there, even tho im in the middle of something.

This board is complete shit

You could get better financial advice on /r9k/

/biz/raelis can't into maths.

This thread is fucking gold.

@AwesomeTucker

ur gonna wanna be doing something like this.

so that u can manipulate and redefine the amount of capital per dividend yield.

its not necessarily as simple as just pre algebra

http://www.2ality.com/2011/04/iterating-over-arrays-and-objects-in.html

@hairygrape

just gonna go 2 bed and leave this here till 2 morrow, maybe good will hunting will beable 2 solve it b4 me ;)

tfw if you get 4% annual returns after inflation for 40 years, your investment will only be worth nearly five times as much

man what is the point, if you invest your extra income over your entire life it's only going to maybe double or triple. What is one million compared to three in your 70s. There's no becoming rich through patience and frugality. Might as well enjoy it when you get it

@hairygrape

function calculator(stock,div){

stock = stock * .15 + stock;

div = div * .15 * 4 + div ;

var output = stock + div ;

return output

};

calculator(10,.10);

// = 11.66

// so there is a calcuator for finding the expected dividend yeild of 1 particular stock over one year .....

@Fried_Sushi

function calculator(stock,div){

stock = stock * .15 + stock;

div = div * .15 * 4 + div ;

var output = stock + div ;

return output

};

calculator(11.66,.10);

13.569

calculator(13.569,.10);

15.76435

// if u were so inclined u could re calculate manually year after year as shown, but i will try 2 make an automated calculator, that also includes, the years passed, and your re up amount . ofc that can be done manually with this simple calculator, i will complete the sophisticated calculator thusly purely for the challenge and skills/mastery acquired .

@Lunatick

i excluded the first year..

hear. as u can see the rent on the money from the dividends and reinvestment is nothing 2 sneeze at

calculator(10,.10);

//11.66 year one

calculator(11.66,.10);

//13.569 year 2

calculator(13.569,.10);

//15.76435 year 3

@Booteefool

you can imagine , if you were 2 move the decimal place a space or 2 the right indicating a 10 times larger investment .

@New_Cliche

So reinvest the profits each year.

Keep buying good American stocks, fortune 500 companies. It's the only way to win OP, even if it's slow going.

@Lunatick

i will complete the sophisticated calculator thusly

it may take me a while tho . ur welcome to try in my stead.

@King_Martha

/// here we get into fuckin with arrays.

function calculator(years){

var eyears = new Array(years)

eyears[0] = 'zero'

eyears[1] = 'one'

eyears[2]= 'two'

eyears[3]= 'three'

eyears[4]= 'four'

eyears[5]= 'five'

eyears[6]= 'six'

eyears[7]= 'seven'

eyears[8]= 'eight'

eyears[9]= 'nine'

eyears[10]= 'ten'

eyears[11]= 'eleven'

return eyears[years]

}

calculator(3);

/// returns 'three'

heres a start...