It’s made to save you money. Not satisfied with the answer? Please proceed. Happy end Let’s say, you’ve invested 1,000 pounds in stocks expecting a 10% yearly return. At the end of the first year, you’d have 1,100 pounds. During the second year, the same 10% would make your 1,100 pounds become 1,210. The latter would accumulate another 10%, and so it would be happening every year. At the end of a decade, you’d have…