Teach Children to Invest Book Review – A Guide to Investing in the Stock Market

By: Tamra Orr (2009)

Published by Mitchell Lane Publishers, PO Box 196 Hockessin, Delaware 19707

ISBN 978-1-58415-642-0

Book price: 11.00 USD

Author of over 100 children’s books

Tamra Orr is the author of over 100 books for children of all ages, as well as several books and articles on money management and the stock market. She lives in the Pacific Northwest with her children and husband and spends as much time reading as possible. Being an author is the best possible job you can imagine.

The world of investment

In 6 short chapters, readers will find a concise presentation of the world of investment. Tamra Orr states that the investment is partly owned (Chapter 1); becoming a shareholder (Chapter 2); cracking the code (Chapter 3); the world of scholarships (Chapter 4); survival of an accident (chap. 5); and it is never too early to start investing (Chapter 6). Start learning today.

Inspiring young minds to invest

Tamra Orr involves young readers with relevant topics and youthful expressions, to attract their interest. She starts a conversation between two young students from the school, sharing: “Tim chuckles … I own a part of McDonalds”. “You do not!” exclaimed Sasha. “… My grandmother bought me some shares in McDonalds for my birthday …”

By defining the terms in plain language, Tamara informs young readers without boring them. This will also work for adults. As she explains what a stock is, she notes, “It’s part of a business that other people can buy.”

Orr shares simple practical tips that anyone can follow to help readers apply their principles. She focuses on investing in the stock market, suggesting: “If you don’t have money right now, you can still find out about the market. Pretend you have money and then follow the market to see what would have happened. .. “

Tamra has a strong ability to focus on aspects that gain the attention of young people. In one case, she refers to the ability to vote on the company’s problems, revealing: “Owning even a small part of a company can be interesting. In many companies, holding a single share is enough to buy you voting rights … your vote could eventually affect you if McDonald’s adds another chicken sandwich or a new pie flavor! “It simply came to our notice then.

Children and adults will be educated and encouraged to start investing. Or say, “It’s never too early.”

Take advantage of personal investments

Tamra Orr educated, inspired and empowers young and old to embrace the benefits of personal investment!

Successful step: Find a favorite company on the NYSE (New York Stock Exchange) and follow its stock activity.

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