10000 = the money you have to invest

  1. I made 200 dollars on 10000 in 2 months.
  2. I made 200 dollars from 10000 in 2 months

Which preposition should I use: on or from?

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    I think either one works fine. I like from a smidgeon better, but have no problem with on. – J.R. Jan 12 '18 at 9:49

You can say:

  1. Make money on money
  2. Make money with money
  3. Make money from money

According to Google search "with" is the most popular preposition.

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