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Money… Isn’t Investing wonderful?. A presentation on the returns of Master Collin Fox’s adventures in the world of investing. Amazon.com. Money invested $4,970 Date invested December 9, 2008 Type of Investment Stocks Number of Stocks Purchased 100 Price of One Stock $49.70.

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money isn t investing wonderful

Money… Isn’t Investing wonderful?

A presentation on the returns of Master Collin Fox’s adventures in the world of investing.

amazon com
Amazon.com
  • Money invested
    • $4,970
  • Date invested
    • December 9, 2008
  • Type of Investment
    • Stocks
  • Number of Stocks Purchased
    • 100
  • Price of One Stock
    • $49.70
one year later
One year later
  • Number of stocks sold
    • 100
  • Price of one stock of AMZN
    • 131.31
  • Value of 100 stocks of AMZN
    • $13,131
return on investment
Return on Investment
  • Starting Cash
    • $4970
  • Ending Cash
    • $13,131
  • Difference in Amounts
    • $8,161 +
  • Percent Increase
    • 164%
certificates of deposit
Certificates of Deposit
  • Money Invested
    • $5030
  • Interest Rate
    • 2.07
  • Date deposited
    • December 9, 2008
  • Bank Invested In
    • Sovereign Bank
one year later1
One year later
  • Value At Maturity
    • $5104
  • Taxes
    • $33
  • Income after taxes
    • $71
return on investment1
Return on Investment
  • Starting Cash
    • $5030
  • End Result
    • $5101
  • Difference in Amounts
    • $71
  • Percent Increase
    • 1.4%
stocks vs cds
Stocks Vs. CDs
  • Money Made in Stocks
    • $8,161
  • Money Made in CD
    • $71
  • Percent Increase of Investment in Stocks
    • 164%
  • Percent Increase of Investment in CD
    • 1.4%
increase of total investment
Increase of Total Investment
  • Investment At Start
    • $10,000
  • Investment At End
    • $18,232
  • Percent Increase
    • 82.32%
final thoughts
Final Thoughts

Stocks are risky, but I proved that sometimes living on the edge pays. Literally.

Even considering we were on an economic down turn, I would not put money in an CD as an actual investment unless I really can’t afford to lose money at that point in time.

I would definitely invest in stocks again, that much money is too much to walk away from and never invest again.

acknowledgements
Acknowledgements

Thank you Mr. U for letting me know I can make thousands of dollars while sitting around.

All information is from wikipeadia, the company’s official website, or yahoo finance.