# Archive for the ‘RATE of RETURN’ Category

# How Banks Profit From Your Deposits

Below is an Example of Velocity at work for a bank. What do you care about a banks velocity? This portrays what they do with your money and why the financial system is set up to prevent you from doing this for yourself.

February 10, 2011
· Jennifer · No Comments

Tags: 000, 1.5%, 100, 4%, bank, bank profits, CD, how privatized banking really works, Mutual Funds, RATE of RETURN, vehicle loans, volume and velocity · Posted in: Bank Profits are HUGE, Bank Profits on CD, Central Bank, RATE of RETURN, Volume & Velocity

# Bankers Math – Bank Like a Bank Instead of Like a Consumer

Is 4% really 4%? Not according to bankers math.

October 4, 2010
· Jennifer · One Comment

Tags: amortization table, Bank like a bank, Bankers Math, bankrate.com, consumer · Posted in: Bank Like A Bank, Bank strategies for Fastest Debt Elimination, BANKING with INSURANCE, DEBT ELIMINATION, RATE of RETURN

# Interest – Rate vs Cost using 6% Mortgage and 10% HELOC.

How can borrowing at a 10% interest rate pay off a 6% interest rate? 845-649-7487 – Jennifer Hansen

September 3, 2009
· Jennifer · No Comments

Tags: amortized, average daily balance, cheap money, Financial Navigation Solution, HELOC, interest cost, interest only, interest rate, LOC · Posted in: Interest - Rate vs Cost, When Can You Borrow Money But Not Be In More Debt?

# Rate of Return Myth – mutual funds

RATE of RETURN MYTH on MUTUAL FUNDS Average rate of return is math calculation. Actual rate of return is a Money Calculation. Math is Math. Money is Money. MATH IS NOT MONEY. Here is some information about average rates of return that may interest you, especially if you own mutual funds. After reviewing the illustration […]

August 20, 2009
· Jennifer · One Comment

Tags: arithmetic mean, geometric mean, mutual fund managers, Mutual Funds, RATE of RETURN · Posted in: Mutual Fund Myths, RATE of RETURN