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release date: Sep 23, 2010
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Growing Money: A Complete Investing Guide for Kids
Never before has there been a time when the economy has been so much a part of our daily lives. TodayÕs young investors want to know the basics of financeÑespecially how to make money grow. This complete guide explains in kid-friendly terms all about savings accounts, bonds, stocks, and even mutual funds!
release date: Feb 28, 2017
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We Walk By Faith, Not By Sight: Women of Faith in the Marketplace Vol.1
Through the stories of these professional women of faith in the marketplace, We Walk By Faith and Not by Sight Volume 1 will inspire and encourage you to be confident in who you are in the workplace as you face the challenges and pressures of everyday life. They will motivate you and give you practical tips and insight on how to integrate biblical and spiritual principles into your work environment with grace and truth.
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release date: Nov 12, 2001
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Growing Money: A Complete (and Completely Updated!) Investing Guide for Kids
This newly updated edition of Growing Money answers every question a budding investor might ask: How do you read stock pages? What's the difference between stocks and bonds? Why do stocks go up and down? How can I keep track of investments? Can kids invest?

There has never been a time when the world of finance has been so much a part of kids' daily lives. Today's kids want to know everything about money-especially how to make it grow. This completely updated guide explains savings accounts, bonds, stocks, and even mutual funds! Included are fun quizzes to reveal a young investor's risk tolerance, stories of success and failure, a behind-the-scenes look at the New York Stock Exchange, and best of all, an imaginary fund of dollars to invest, along with suggestions for selecting companies compatible with kids' values. New to this edition are chapters on financial responsibility, true-life tales of other kid investors, and step-by-step instructions of just how to buy stocks. Tell your parents-investing isn't only for grown-ups anymore!


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