Posts Tagged ‘personal finance math’

Discounting Cashflows - A Deeper Dive

Discounting Cashflows – A Deeper Dive

By The Banker | Audio Posts, Blog Posts, How Not To Invest, Investing, Personal Finance

Welcome! This post is meant to accompany Chapter 5 and Appendix to Chapter 5 “On Discounting Cashflows” in my book “The Financial Rules For New College Graduates – Invest Before Paying Off Debt And Other Tips Your Professors Did Not Teach You.” (Praeger, April 2018.) I’m convinced the only way to really learn discounting cashflows […]

Part I - The Most Powerful Math in the Universe Goes Untaught

Part I – The Most Powerful Math in the Universe Goes Untaught

By The Banker | Blog Posts, Personal Finance, Wall Street

On Teaching Compound Interest and Discounted Cash Flows   “The most powerful force in the universe is compound interest” – Albert Einstein[1]   “Tomorrow and tomorrow and tomorrow, Creeps in this petty pace from day to day To the last syllable of recorded time”   This Spring I began teaching Personal Finance to a group […]