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If Naomi invests in a stock portfolio, her returns for 10 or more years will average 10%-12%. Naomi realizes that the stock market has higher returns because it is a more risky investment than a savings account or a CD. She wants her calculations to be conservative so she decides to use 8% to calculate possible stock market earnings. How much will she need to invest annually to accumulate a million dollars in the stock market?

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