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A powerful way to arrive at the margin of safety price is Payback Time. Investors must learn how to calculate it, and understand how it can minimize risk in the stock market. Phil and Danielle discuss this concept, and explain why knowing Payback Time eliminates many fears of investing.

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Time Stamps:

00:00 – Recap
00:26 – Ten cap
01:36 – Payback Time overview
04:24 – Growth rate
08:00 – False projections


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