Who would benefit?

Anyone who wants basic, fun investing knowledge.

The course is focused on the basics of investing, which focuses on stocks and bonds for tweens and their families. It’s delivered by Ben Jones (dad) and his twin 12-year-olds Makenna and Grant (from the podcast "Money with Mak & G").

COURSE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Almost 2 hours of video content

  • Taught with the 12-year twins from Money with Mak & G

  • Almost 70 short videos from 1-4 minutes

  • 4 weekly sections with fun questions to test you

VARIOUS CONTENT COVERED

  • Stocks

  • Bonds

  • Investing

  • Markets

  • Supply & Demand

  • Much more!

Course curriculum

  • 2

    Week 1

    • Lesson 1: You Invest Every Day

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    • Lesson 2: Investments Come in Many Forms

    • Lesson 3: Can’t Make Money Unless You Can Sell It

    • Lesson 4: Are You Sure that’s Valuable? Why?

    • Lesson 5: You’re not Unique at All: Commodities

    • Lesson 6: I’ve Never Seen that Before

    • Lesson 7: That’s a Lot of Firsts

    • Lesson 8: A Flea Market Doesn’t Sell Fleas, but a Stock Market Sells Stocks

    • Lesson 9: Sell My Stuff Quickly

    • Lesson 10: Prices Change. Really?

    • Lesson 11: Graph(ic) Supply and Demand

    • Lesson 12: What Moves When The Price Does?

    • Lesson 13: When the Two Paths Cross

    • Quiz 1

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    Week 2

    • Lesson 1: Organize this Please

    • Lesson 2: Do Organizations and Money Mix?

    • Lesson 3: Accounting is Awesome

    • Lesson 4: Do We Need an Expert?

    • Lesson 5: Cash to Capitalize my Cool Company

    • Lesson 6: Really Risky Racket

    • Lesson 7: Banking My Business

    • Lesson 8: Possession is 9/10’s of the Law

    • Lesson 9: Taking Stock in Your Ownership

    • Lesson 10: Does Money Multiply?

    • Lesson 11: Where’d this Calculation Come from?

    • Lesson 12: Coaches of the Business World

    • Lesson 13: SHHHHH It’s a Secret

    • Lesson 14: The Price Roller Coaster

    • Lesson 15: Momentum Anyone?

    • Lesson 16: Give Me Some Indication

    • Lesson 17: Symbols mean a lot

    • Quiz 2

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    Week 3

    • Lesson 1: Show Me the Money

    • Lesson 2: Public or Private?

    • Lesson 3: I'm in Your Debt

    • Lesson 4: All Banks Aren’t Created Equal

    • Lesson 5: Do You Have Any Interest?

    • Lesson 6: Give Me Some Credit

    • Lesson 7: No Bank, No Problem

    • Lesson 8: What Type do You Like?

    • Lesson 9: Are Banks Cheapskates?

    • Lesson 10: Timing is Everything

    • Lesson 11: Want Some Risk with that Bond?

    • Lesson 12: Countries and Companies

    • Lesson 13: Bonds are BIG!

    • Lesson 14: What’s the Temperature?

    • Lesson 15: I Need the Money

    • Lesson 16: Can You Fix This?

    • Lesson 17: Ladder Up

    • Lesson 18: Does a Bird Fly to Safety?

    • Lesson 19: Ride the Wave

    • Quiz 3

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    Week 4

    • Lesson 1: Skittish or Skydiver?

    • Lesson 2: Tankers Don’t Sink Ships

    • Lesson 3: A Goal is in the Eye of the Beholder

    • Lesson 4: My Style is Mine

    • Lesson 5: Building My Investment House

    • Lesson 6: Plan or Perish

    • Lesson 7: Collect Carefully

    • Lesson 8: Diversity is the Spice of Life

    • Lesson 9: The Recipe for Reduced Risk

    • Lesson 10: The Bond Balancing Act

    • Lesson 11: Rinse and Repeat

    • Lesson 12: Summer, Winter, Spring and Fall

    • Lesson 13: Lemonade Stands do Well when Hot

    • Lesson 14: We All Have to Poop

    • Lesson 15: It’s All Connected

    • Lesson 16: Get Out the Blender

    • Lesson 17: Expenses Bruise Returns

    • Lesson 18: Get in the Game

    • Quiz 4

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Instructor(s)

AKA Dad and the Financial Expert

Ben Jones

Ben has instructed thousands of CFA®, CFP®, and CPA candidates. He also graduated from the University of Chicago with an MBA from their International Executive Program in Barcelona Spain. He has been teaching for 30 years and is passionate about using his unique knowledge to demystify finance and money for the masses.

Tween Instructor

Makenna Jones

Makenna (Mak) has been learning financial concepts since before she can remember. She's loves art, music and playing Roblux. What does this have to do with money, well nothing. But it shows that you don't have to be a rocket scientist to learn about money.

Tween Instructor

Grant Jones

Grant (G) has been learning financial concepts since before he can remember. He loves video games, more video games and even more video games. He likes to spend his money on, you guessed it, video games. Though he's really focused on one thing, he likes helping others learn about money.

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