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YIS Module 1 - Lesson 4

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Transcript of YIS Module 1 - Lesson 4

OVERVIEW
In this lesson you will learn the critical differences between saving and investing. You will consider saving and investing scenarios.
OBJECTIVES
At the conclusion of this lesson, you should:
Explain the difference between saving and investing.
MODULE
1
FIVE STEPS TO FINANCIAL FREEDOM
|
Lesson 4
INVESTING AND THE POWER OF COMPOUNDING
Curriculum, videos and lesson plans.
YIS Website
www.younginvestorssociety.org
YIS Glossary of Terms
www.younginvestorssociety.org/resources
For stock charts and basic company information.
YAHOO
FINANCE
finance.yahoo.com
The Early Investor (YIS Edition): How Teens & Young Adults Can Become Wealthy
MICHAEL
ZISA
http://goo.gl/HdYyQQ
Online portal of stock research reports.
SEEKING
ALPHA
www.seekingalpha.com
Great daily content and stock picks.
MOTLEY
FOOL
www.fool.com
ADDITIONAL
RESOURCES
CLICK
on the blue rectangles to get the website and description of the resource
HIT
after watching a resource to return
here

to continue with the Prezi
LET'S

BEGIN
Make decisions about personal saving goals.
HANDOUT
3
Harnessing the Power of Compounding
Calculate how much money you will accumulate given various assumptions.
of things you would like to
save
up money for
MAKE A LIST
Form small groups and
sort
your lists into...
SHORT
LONG
term items
1-5
6+
years
years
What do you think is the difference between...
SAVING
INVESTING
...or at your home in a
safe place
SAVINGS
can also be kept in CD’s
SAVING MONEY
means to put it into an account at an FDIC insured institution
Cash in a safe
Savings accounts
Checking accounts
Money market accounts
CDs (certificates of deposits)
Examples of
SAVINGS
is when you use your money to buy assets that will grow in value over a longer period of time for the purpose of gaining wealth and having money to retire
INVESTING
However investing has been proven to be a
better way to grow your money
than savings
RISK
Investing does carry
Gold
Stocks
Mutual Funds
Bonds
Real Estate
Examples of
INVESTING
of different investment vehicles
Small Stocks
International Stocks
Large Stocks
Real Estate, REITS
Corporate Bonds
Government Bonds
Commodities & Gold
12.1%
11.1%
9.9%
6.5%
5.5%
5.5%
3.5%
AVERAGE RETURNS
(1926-2010 | Raymond James & Melville Management)
3
years
10,000
$
in student loans
Hello,
my name is
Larry
and I want to
INVEST
Would you advise Larry to save money for a new car or invest his money over the next three years?
Should Larry pay off his loans before investing?
DISCUSS
with your partners and come up with a list of examples of how you can
save your money
and how you can
invest your money
WORK
Saving
Investing
Take out your list of savings goals from the beginning of class and decide which method would work for each of their goals:

saving

or

investing
Once finished use
to find out how much you need to save to meet your short term goals.
CALCULATOR
https://www.moneysmart.gov.au/tools-and-resources/calculators-and-apps/compound-interest-calculator
For basic stock concepts.
WALLSTREETSURVIVOR
www.wallstreetsurvivor.com
LET'S

PLAY
https://play.kahoot.it/#/k/db6f9a94-b571-40f8-9e84-883558e93f46
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