The Young Adult's Guide to Investing (Hardcover)

A Practical Guide to Finance for Young People to Plan, Save, and Get Ahead

By Rob Pivnick

Racehorse, 9781631585371, 60pp.

Publication Date: August 11, 2020

Other Editions of This Title:
Paperback (9/12/2014)

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Description

Learn all about saving and compounding, budgeting, debt, negotiations and more in this ultimate guide to finances and money!
It’s never too early to start saving those dollars! This extensive guide is perfect for teenagers, millennials, and even adults who want to learn more about how to handle money, banking, and investing in their future accounts. No more insecurity about the low funds in those bank accounts. Written by a financial expert and Wall Street employee, this comprehensive guide is easy to understand and filled with fun graphics, tempting even the most uninterested teen to read and follow along. Encouraging financial independence and good saving habits, this book will teach you concepts and skills such as:
  • Setting financial goals
  • Risk v. reward
  • Diversification
  • Financial advising
  • Minimizing costs and expenses
  • And more!
Statistically, Americans as a whole are financially illiterate; 21 percent of adults think that winning the lottery is their best chance of retirement! It is not too late to start learning how to best spend, save, and invest your money. With plenty of fun facts and basic lessons and takeaways, What All Kids (and Adults) Should Know about Saving and Investing is the perfect way to start planning your best financial future!
 


About the Author

Rob Pivnick is an investor, entrepreneur, attorney, residential real estate investor, and financial literacy advocate. Rob has a B.A. in economics from Emory University in Atlanta, GA and has both a law degree and an M.B.A. from SMU in Dallas, TX. Professionally, Rob is in-house counsel for a Wall Street investment bank and specializes in finance and real estate. Rob is a member of the board of directors of the Texas affiliate of the national Council on Economic Education. He is married with three children.