Every year kids spend billion on clothes, entertainment, CDs, videos, and more. They have tremendous spending power. But do they also know about the power of investing?
For today's kids, the answer is a resounding "YES!" In fact, for many of them, investing has become a regular pastime. With money they receive for birthdays, holidays, or odd jobs, many youngsters are "playing the market" instead of video games—and finding that the benefits of long-term investments include higher returns for the future.
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