How to Teach Kids About Money and Stocks
One of our core goals at The Motley Fool is to help people become great investors, and the earlier a person starts on that path, the better their long-term results are apt to be. That’s why we consider it a smart move to get your children — or any younger relatives — involved in stock picking while they’re still children.
To that end, in this Rule Breaker Investing podcast, David Gardner has gathered a whole panel of Fools to discuss the best ways for folks to get started. Gardner, Naima Barnes, Daniel Masseca, Robert Brokamp, and Jason Moser will offer up tips, advice and a host of personal anecdotes about how they guided their kids into the world of Wall Street, and how they were led into it themselves.
In this segment, they consider the best ways to introduce kids to investing, with discussions of stock picking dos and don’ts, coping with the disappointment of share price declines, hedging their bets, and turning investing into a game they love.
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