This is what you get when you invest your daily coffee in Starbucks

What if you invest a small expense that you make every day instead of spending it? They call it the Latte Factor. The American Nat took up the challenge. Instead of spending money on coffee every morning, she invested the $5 in a share of, why not, Starbucks.

You may have heard of the Latte Factor. This term was first used by David Bach (who later…




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