SmallCap Posted March 24, 2017 Share Posted March 24, 2017 Thinking about teaching my kids the fundamentals of investing and by that I don't mean the fundamentals of the financial markets, I mean the fundamentals of buying a $1 for $0.50 and either waiting for it to be recognized or selling it in a different market/different way to realize the $1 value. FYI my kids are currently 8,6,4 I would love to show them how to be able to buy something tangible and either add value to it or realize the value through marketing/selling. It is a combination of investing/entrepreneurialism. where would you look for opportunities that involve tangible items, under $100 price point, where there possibly is a scaleability issue that would prevent big money from dealing with it. They are currently learning how to do work for others (outside of family) and get paid for it. And that's great as far as it goes so they now have some savings but I would like to help them learn how to make their money work for them instead of just working for money. Any ideas or input? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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