GIVEAWAY: A copy of “The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing”

February 1, 2013

I hope you took a chance to read my review of Jason Kelly’s book, The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing: 2013 Edition*. Now you have a chance to win a copy.

All you have to do is leave a comment below explaining one thing you think young people should know about investing. Please remember my two giveaway rules:

1. You must be a resident of the United States (I don’t ship internationally).


2. You can only enter one time.

I’ll announce the winner on Monday morning. GOOD LUCK!

PS – I have a whole week’s worth of giveaways planned for next week. Stay tuned…

12 responses to GIVEAWAY: A copy of “The Neatest Little Guide to Stock Market Investing”

  1. I have young children (4 and 2) and I really hope to find a simple but awesome way to demonstrate compound interest… I’m in my early 30s and have read multiple articles/books/etc on the subject, and I understood it, but now I’m actually seeing it in my investments – it’s just a totally different ballgame when you actually see the money (for me at least)

  2. The most important thing is to understand the power of compounding!

  3. At what age do people think about retirement? Right, in their 40’s and 50’s. We have the responsibility to teach our children and grandchildren how money works. The responsibility to teach our children does not lie in our schools, it’s ours. The more we learn about money the more we can teach.

  4. I think they should know that it’s okay to start small – even a little bit is still a start, and it’s a great habit to start.

  5. Kids should know that delayed gratification reaps bountiful rewards down the road if the funds not spent are invested instead.

  6. Time is on your side. Forget about getting rich quickly and just invest wisely for a long period of time and you’ll be amazed by the results.

  7. Don’t be afraid to start, do some research and start.

  8. The earlier you start the longer compounding has to work in your favor.

  9. Save, save, save – try to save way more than those around you. It’ll be worth it later in life.

  10. Elections have consequences.

  11. Invest early and invest often! Compounding is amazing.