Commentary: The importance of investing early

The principle of compound interest means investors who start saving early can realize a much larger nest egg later in life than those who start later, Carl Richards writes. The concept is important to teach to children, he writes. "It's not very exciting at the beginning, but compounding becomes a powerful force after years of patience and discipline," Richards writes.

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