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Without dividends, the S&P account grows to $575,000, but with reinvested dividends it grows to $1,500,000.

Does anyone really believe this?

Please don't tell me you're questioning math again. Because when you're once again faced with spreadsheets that actually show you that, you'll claim it's wrong or false or whatever.

Ray is talking about 40 years of time. An extra 2-3% per year adds up to a LOT of 40 years.

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