Compound interest will make you rich
Albert Einstein described compound interest as the eighth wonder of the world, saying it is perhaps one of mankind’s greatest inventions.
In this episode, Justin and David discuss how you can generate wealth using compound interest, and they’ll also introduce you to the Rule of 72. Listen below.
Meanwhile, last week The Money Podcast took a look at investing in the stock market and shared the essentials you need to know before investing in stocks.
The stock market offers an exciting opportunity to build your wealth, but it is essential that before you start investing you fully understand the stock market as well as the companies in which you decide to invest.
In this episode, we want to give you an overview of why the stock market presents an incredible opportunity and where to start if you want to invest in the stock market. Click the ‘play’ button below to listen.
Want to catch up with the series? Find all of The Money Podcast’s past episodes in the channel below.
Learn more about Justin and David
Justin Harrison and David Bester are independent entrepreneurs on a mission to help South Africans become better at money. Justin is the author of eight books on personal finance; he is a serial entrepreneur, investor, wealth creator and one of South Africa’s thought leaders in financial technology. He is a passionate South African, father of three and passionate sportsman who deeply believes that South Africa is one of the best countries in the world.
David Bester is also a personal finance author, personal finance coach, entrepreneur and investor, and has been at the forefront of the digital finance revolution for the past decade. He is a father of two, passionate about sports and believes South Africans can thrive with the right motivation and direction.
Together, Justin and David are involved in several businesses and share a common passion for financial education, self-improvement and simplicity, and these are the driving force behind all of their businesses.
In July 2020, the duo took Youtube to launch a financial education channel to help South Africans understand more about money, and since then over 200,000 South Africans have used the channel to learn and engage.