By author Morgan Jassen on wieldsilver.com 2020-12-30 10:51 Learning How to Compare Cash Flowing Assets One thing I learned from the "CASHFLOW® Classic (FREE)" game online (at richdad.com in 2020) is to calculate a ratio of cost to return to measure the value (positive or negative) of an asset or a liability. For example use this ratio to compare the positive cash flow of a rental property, or the negative cash flow of credit card loan/debt. Moving on. Interestingly in my life one area I think of applying this to, in a knee-jerk fashion, is the cash flow of a new higher paying job vs. my existent job. This same ratio comes to mind. Similar to this blog post: "Financially Investing in One's Own Employment Status" https://investorworker.com/2016/2016-12-09-investing-in-employment-status.html In other words, if my current/old job pays 3,703 silver-grams* per month, and my new higher paying job pays 7,716 silver-grams* per month. And that helps me know which job's salary is more valuable and how much effort is it worth trying to "buy" the new job. In conclusion, I learned, freshly, how to compare cash flowing assets. This blog post first published at https://wieldsilver.com/2020/blog/ Copyright © wieldsilver.com and individual authors (unless otherwise noted) wieldsilver.com statement - I blog about products for which I own company shares.