NextPrevious

The Future

Teaching Children About Investing

Into what three groups can we categorize children who actually own stock?

Experts at www.Kiplinger.com assert that children who own stocks in companies are a minority, but may fall into one of three categories: children who start a traditional savings account, notice they are earning only a few cents in interest on their accounts, and wish to see this amount grow; children who have significant adults in their lives who have an interest in the markets, such as grandparents, parents, aunts, and uncles, or other friends and relatives; and entrepreneurial kids who have managed to earn and save money from their odd jobs or business ideas at a young age, and wish to earn more money on their savings, rather than earning only interest on their money while deposited in a bank.



Close

This is a web preview of the "The Handy Investing Answer Book" app. Many features only work on your mobile device. If you like what you see, we hope you will consider buying. Get the App