Summary of Teaching my Kids Series – May 2018

Summary of Teaching my Kids Series.


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, 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.





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?


Dear readers on what kind of topic should I write a post about?

I like to hear from you!

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.



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