Opportunity Cost


A benefit, profit, or value of something that must be given up to acquire or achieve something else. Since every resource (land, money, time, etc.) can be put to alternative uses, every action, choice, or decision has an associated opportunity cost.
Opportunity costs are fundamental costs in economics, and are used in computing cost benefit analysis of a project. Such costs, however, are not recorded in the account books but are recognized in decision making by computing the cash outlays and their resulting profit or loss.

For every dollar you lose to taxes, fees or loss……You not only lose that dollar, but the interest that dollar would have made plus the interest that interest would have made, etc.

Stop suffering loses…..Don`t give up your Capital to broker fees , keep your money working and Compounding.


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