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Summary of Teaching my Kids Series – June 2020

Summary of Teaching my Kids Series – June 2020

In august of 2015 I started this series about the wonderful world of investing. By writing these blog posts I try to educate my kids. And I hope my kids at the age of say 18, will have all the financial knowledge I’m having right now. This would be a huge advantage for them!

I think when you educate kids about money, they will benefit from it for the rest of their lives. Or as the saying goes: “What is learned in the cradle is carried to the tomb”. And to educate your kid is your responsibility as a parent. And I do not take this responsibility lightly!

In this series I write blog posts about all kinds of different investment and financial topics. The post you are reading now is the summary of this series. Every time a new addition to the series is posted, I will also update this post.

I hope you like reading these posts. Feel free to share this knowledge. Together we can keep the “snowball of knowledge” rolling.

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Summary:

Foreword – For my Daughters

The beginning

  1. Getting to know money and the value of money
  2. Learning to save and setting goals
  3. Compound interest
  4. The first € 100,000 is the toughest
  5. What is a stock?
  6. Dollar cost average
  7. Allowance and learning money
  8. Why dividend investing?
  9. First things first
  10. 3 important dates
  11. The Rule of 72
  12. Tracking your expenses and start budgeting
  13. Work and Money
  14. Payout-Ratio
  15. The secret
  16. What is a bond?
  17. What is an Index Fund?
  18. Inflation?
  19. What is dividend?
  20. Warren Buffett
  21. 10 Important money Lessons
  22. A birthday gift
  23. Top 5 Investment Mistakes

 

The list is becoming longer and longer, but fare from complet. DO you mis a important subject? On what kind of topic should I write a post about?

I like to hear from you! Because ideas for a new lesson are always welcome!

 

Snowball of knowledge

And will you help me to get the “snowball of knowledge” rolling? Please tweet/pin-it/post this post and together we can reach more kids and help them with their financial education.

Cheers,

Pollie

2 thoughts on “Summary of Teaching my Kids Series – June 2020

  1. Tobias

    The lesson I wish I had learned earlier is that whatever your income is, you have to pay yourself first and invest that in assets so that money works for you. Especially when I was younger and my income was not very high, at the end of the month, it was all gone. If I had known that if I had just put 10% aside and invested it in stocks that money had been working for me for decades.

    I intend to learn this lesson to my kids from the first day they are going to make money.

    1. Polliesdividend Post author

      Hello Tobias,

      Thanks for sharing this wise lesson with us! I couldn’t have said it better.
      Cheers

      Pollie

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