it is the difference between earning interest on your interest of an investment. It can also mean that a company or individual will have to pay out more interest if it is compounded. It seems to me that an investor would always want to earn more and look for compounding interest investments. But, that means that those investments might also pay out at a lower interest rate. Is there a way you can compare the investments if one is simple and the other compound interest rates?
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