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13 October 2010


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Mine is on the good list too, but I seriously doubt I will ever get a million out of it.


I did pretty well if you count my MRS degree.


When looking at college costs, I think that net present value is better than ROI. A very cheap community college might have a better ROI than a more expensive university, but high ROI's on small sums are not as good as modest ROI's on large sums. That said, I suspect that college major is a better for predicting income gains than the college you picked.


Isn't ROI the proper comparison when you're looking at whether it's worth borrowing money for it? Because you're comparing the ROI to the interest rate?

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