Teenvestor: The Practical Investment Guide for Teens and Their Parents

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Berkley Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2002 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 300 pages
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An easy-to-understand guide for teaching teens and their parents how to invest in the stock market, TeenVestor is the first hands-on and web-interactive investment book of its kind. By using this book, along with the teenvestor.com website, teens will learn how to make money multiply by steadily investing over time. Everything they need to get started is right here.

* Invest in stocks, mutual funds, IRAs, and college savings plan
* Research investment options on the Internet
* Become a better investor by including parents in the process
* Develop valuable investing and saving habits

"Good information in an accessible, and unlike many books aimed toward the younger market, unpatronizing manner." (FinancialFinesse.com)

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Emmanuel Modu, a former vice president at J.P. Morgan Chase and Citibank, has also been a senior treasury analyst at Merrill Lynch. His work has been featured in such publications as Forbes, Investor's Business Daily, New York Daily News, The Newark Star Ledger, Morningstar.com, and BusinessWeek Online. Author of The Lemonade Stand: A Guide to Encouraging the Entrepreneur in Your Child, he holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School and a BS from Princeton University.

Andrea Walker, an attorney, is a graduate of Princeton, George Washington University Law School, and Seton Hall Law School and has appeared on CNN, CNET TV and other national TV and radio stations. Emmanuel and Andrea are the founders of the teen investment web site teenvestor.com.

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