Winning a late-night Hatchimal bidding war or driving across the state to pick up the last PlayStation gaming console in the region will certainly score parents points with the little ones this holiday season. But for a present with the potential to keep a child engaged well into adulthood, consider the gift of stocks.
You don’t need be a master investor to pick the right stock. Buying shares in a publicly traded company is less about the stock’s return than getting the young’uns engaged in the art of saving and investing at an early age. And if the stock happens to be a winner, experiencing the magic of compound interest firsthand will be an added bonus.
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