Child Millionaire: Stock Market Investing For Beginners - How To Build Wealth The Smart Way For Your Child - The Basic Little Guide (ebook)

Child Millionaire: Stock Market Investing For Beginners - How To Build Wealth The Smart Way For Your Child - The Basic Little Guide (ebook)

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This is a Basic Guide to Investing in the Stock Market - For Beginners. The primary reason so many parents don’t do anything about setting up their children’s financial future is simply because they don’t know where to start. Our schooling system doesn’t focus on teaching students how to create wealth. Kids also aren’t taught to save money or to work on a budget. Those lessons are left to parents to teach their kids as they grow up. Now imagine if you purchased one new stock for your child’s portfolio each year and saw that same kind of growth over the years. Over time, the value of the entire portfolio should increase simply due to the rise in share values. The initial investment from you should be relatively small, but the value to your child’s financial future could be enormous. By the time you finish this book, you’ll also see there are other things you can do to increase your child’s investment portfolio with very little extra effort from you. Check Out Other Books: The Dividend Millionaire: Investing for Income and winning in the stock market Investing in Gold and Silver Bullion: The Ultimate Safe Haven Investments Economic Crisis: Surviving Global Currency Collapse - Safeguard Your Financial Future with Silver and Gold Passionate about Stock Investing: The Quick Guide to Investing in the Stock Market Guide to Investing in the Nigerian Stock Market Building Wealth with Dividend Stocks in the Nigerian Stock Market - Dividends - Stocks Secret Weapon Bitcoin and Digital Currency for Beginners: The Basic Little Guide .


Detalles del ebook
ISBN:
9788892514881
Editorial:
Alex Nkenchor Uwajeh
Formato:
EPub con DRM
Idioma:
Inglés
Género:
Economía
Subgénero:
Economía

Referencia:

8892514881 |

EAN:

9788892514881