The Stock Baby's Abc:

The Stock Baby's Abc:

An Introduction to Finance for Young Entrepreneurs

Jenise R. Collins


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The Stock Baby wants to start his own business, so his mom told him that the best way to get started is by learning the basics. To help him out, she made an ABC book to teach him some important words that all young entrepreneurs need to know. Join the Stock Baby as he learns that: • G is for goods: These are things people make and sell to others in exchange for money. Food, clothes, and video games are examples of goods. • N is for needs: Needs are things that we must have to survive.Our most basic needs are food, water, and shelter. We need them to stay alive, and they cost money. • R is for real estate: This is one of the three main assets in America. When a person buys real estate, they are investing in a piece of property, such as land or a building, in hopes of making money from it someday. Other terms include value, tax, yield, put, option, interest, liability, job, hedge, and earnings. Whether you’re a parent, a teacher, or a budding entrepreneur eager to learn more about business, you’ll enjoy learning with the Stock Baby.