The Rule Of 144
An extension of Rule of 72, the Rule of 144 estimates how long it takes to quadruple your investment if you can estimate the annual rate of return.
144 ÷ Estimated rate of return = Years for Investment to Quadruple
Estimated rate of return
No of Years
- 8% | 144 ÷ 8 | 18 Years
- 10% | 144 ÷ 10 | 14 Years
- 12% | 144 ÷ 12 | 12 Years
- 15%| 144 ÷ 15 | 10 Years
|AMOUNT INVESTED||ESTIMATED RATE OF RETURN||YEARS ~
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