MP4 | Video: h264, 1280×720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 2.99 GB | Duration: 2h 30m
Help your child learn the basics of investing in shares. Put it into practice building their first portfolio together.
What you’ll learn
Understand why we use money and why it is important to grow the money you have
Understand why investing can be the best way to grow your money over the long term
Learn the magic of compound interest
Learn how shares, bonds and funds work together to grow your money
Begin to build out your first portfolio of investments together with your child
Learn how to set up a Junior ISA for your child (for UK parents)
No financial experience is required.
Ideally you and your child will watch together so you can discuss what you learn
Please note: this course is intended for purchase by adults over the age of 18 who may watch and learn alongside their children.Starting to invest at a young age is one of the biggest predictors of financial success and security when you are older.In this course we’ll help young children between 8 and 14 years old to understand the basics of investing and to create an investing strategy alongside their parents.The course is split into two halvesthe first half is for children to watch alongside their parentsthe second half is to provide parents with the basics of investing and how to set up an investing account for your childIn the children’s course you will learn:What is money and why we have itHow inflation can eat away at our moneyWhy we need to invest to grow our moneyHow diversification can reduce the risk to our moneyShares – what they are and how they can grow our moneyBonds – how we can earn by lending our money to companies and governmentsFunds – how we can use funds to put our eggs in lots of basketsHow to build your first portfolioIn the parent’s course you will learnHow to set up a Junior ISA (for UK parents)How to transfer an existing Junior ISA or Child Trust FundAn introduction to Shares, Bonds and FundsThe children’s course is 1 hour 30 minutes long – but I recommend you watch just one chapter at a time. The chapters are around 20-30 minutes long and cover just one main topic.I’d advise watching just before a meal where you can discuss what you have just learned as a family.
Section 1: Introduction to Money
Lecture 1 Welcome to the young investor course!
Lecture 2 How this course works
Lecture 3 What is money?
Lecture 4 What can you do with money?
Lecture 5 What is inflation?
Lecture 6 What’s the difference between saving and investing?
Lecture 7 What’s the difference between investing and gambling?
Lecture 8 End of Chapter 1 Summary
Section 2: Introduction to Investing
Lecture 9 What is your investing goal?
Lecture 10 The magic of compound interest
Lecture 11 How much money do we need to invest?
Lecture 12 Welcome to diversification – reducing the risk to our money!
Lecture 13 What can we invest in?
Lecture 14 End of Chapter 2 Summary
Section 3: Introduction to Shares
Lecture 15 What is a company?
Lecture 16 What is a public company?
Lecture 17 How do we make money by owning a share?
Lecture 18 What’s the difference between income and growth shares?
Lecture 19 What are the different countries or industries we can invest in?
Lecture 20 Download: Regions and industries
Lecture 21 End of Chapter 3 Summary
Section 4: Introduction to Bonds
Lecture 22 Welcome to Chapter 4
Lecture 23 What is a bond?
Lecture 24 How do we trust a bond issuer?
Lecture 25 How do we buy a bond?
Lecture 26 End of Chapter 4 Summary
Section 5: Introduction to Funds
Lecture 27 Welcome to Chapter 5
Lecture 28 What is a fund?
Lecture 29 Why would we invest in a fund?
Lecture 30 What is the difference between an Index Tracker Fund and an Active Fund?
Lecture 31 How much do funds cost?
Lecture 32 End of Chapter 5 Summary
Section 6: Building your portfolio
Lecture 33 Welcome to Chapter 6
Lecture 34 What is a portfolio?
Lecture 35 Designing your first portfolio
Lecture 36 Download your portfolio planner
Lecture 37 Portfolio Design Workshop
Lecture 38 End of Chapter 6 Summary
Section 7: Parent Course: Introduction
Lecture 39 Welcome to the parent course
Lecture 40 Why we created the young investor course
Lecture 41 How the children’s course works
Lecture 42 No advice or guarantees
Section 8: Parent Course: Junior ISAs in the UK
Lecture 43 What is a Junior ISA and how do you set one up?
Lecture 44 Helping your child create an investing goal
Lecture 45 How to set up your Hargreaves Lansdown Junior ISA
Lecture 46 How to transfer an existing Child Trust Fund/Junior ISA to Hargreaves Lansdown
Lecture 47 Hargreaves Landsown fees
Lecture 48 Making your first investment
Section 9: Parent Course: Investing basics
Lecture 49 What is Compound Interest and why is it so important?
Lecture 50 Diversification – reducing the risk to your money
Lecture 51 Introduction to shares
Lecture 52 Introduction to bonds
Lecture 53 Introduction to funds
Lecture 54 Introduction to a portfolio
Lecture 55 When to invest – pound cost averaging
Lecture 56 Dangers of overtrading
Children aged 8-14 (alongside their parents),The course is presented in English, so most useful for English speaking countries.