Warren Buffett started learning about investing when he was seven or eight years old, a late bloomer. Buffett’s father started a small investment firm, and a young Warren picked up different books lying around, becoming bitten by the investing bug. Fast forward to eleven years old, and Buffett was going to the local library and […]
There are many different options including 529 college savings accounts, a simple stock account for your child, or a standard savings account. The short answer, you can’t go wrong when it comes to investing in your child. Any money you set aside in any type of account is fantastic. However, there are a few things […]
IFB224: What Happens to Your Shares in the Event of Big Changes, CEO Leaves, Acquisitions, or Other News?
Welcome to the Investing for Beginners podcast. In today’s show, we discuss: *What happens to your company’s shares in the event of a big change, for example, a CEO change, acquisition, or bad news? *Why do we own shares of Berkshire Hathaway when they don’t pay a dividend? *The benefits of different brokerage accounts and […]