The last few years have vividly demonstrated that some money matters are outside our personal control. Even the savviest investors can’t change the fact that financial losses will inevitably happen. What we can control is how we respond.
Financial literacy has never been more important, but it’s not taught in most classrooms. When kids think about money, it’s only in terms of finding jobs, getting paid, and balancing their budgets. They dream about income when they should be thinking about assets.
Bank accounts and investments fluctuate, for better and for worse. With a solid foundation of financial literacy, you can make good decisions even in adverse conditions. Make your money work for you with our Instaread on Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens.