There are a host of reasons why most people hate math.
But let’s keep it simple, shall we?
For the most part, math makes you think.
Ironically (or NOT) most people don’t like to think.
Mostly because they’re lazy and/or they have a fear/resentment towards math.
And they tend to NOT think in terms of percentages.
As a result, they make mistakes and get taken advantage of especially when it comes to money.
And when you calculate inflation, the losses become even greater.
Example: A friend of mine was complaining about the price of a bottle of olive oil increasing from $7 to $10 in the last month.
And when I said, “so it increased over 40%” …he responded: “No, it went up three bucks.”
Technically we were both right.
But he missed my point entirely.
40% (actually 42.8%) is a whopping increase in price.
But most people will blow it off by saying “well, it’s only a couple of bucks so, no big deal.”
And that’s one reason why most people hate math.
It’s also why they make many mistakes when investing.
READ: How To Learn From Your Mistakes October 31, 2017
So, in order for investors overcome this fear/resentment of math we publish a Short and Sweet Tips column to make things simple and easy to understand.
And we publish it every month in our “…In Plain English” newsletter (HERE).
And to illustrate our point – combined with another shameless plug for our Black Friday Special – you can learn how to invest like a pro for a fraction (percentage) of what we usually charge.
We’ll even to the math for you.
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