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The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Theo Vorster, CEO of Galileo Capital.
Scroll down for quotes from the audio below.
Time is either a very loyal friend or a brutal enemy.— Theo Vorster, CEO of Galileo Capital
A R100 000 will in 15 years buy what you can buy for R42 000 today.— Theo Vorster, CEO of Galileo Capital
If you invest R100 000 in the equity market – and you reinvest the dividends - it should be worth R580 000 in 15 years.— Theo Vorster, CEO of Galileo Capital
Invest R10 000 per month in an equity fund for 15 years – the value will be R5 million.— Theo Vorster, CEO of Galileo Capital
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