Starting up a portfolio for your children might be one of the best things you can do for your children. But how should you go about it? We all had some hobby or other when we were young. For me, it was collecting NBA cards. It was a seemingly innocent pastime that taught me a great deal, energising me to find out more about the subject and even teaching me a few life lessons that I’ve come to see as very valuable. Whilst NBA cards were great, a hobby that offered an introduction to investing would have been even better. The sooner we start investing, the better we’re likely to get at it and the higher the chance we have at reaching our retirement goals. The question is how to go about introducing young people to investing without scaring them off. We recently were asked through our Q&A service whether it is possible for parents and grandparents to invest on behalf of their children. Not only is it possible, it’s a really good idea. Read full article here: (VIEW LINK)
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