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Teaching Financial Literacy | The CleverlyChanging Podcast 44

Teaching Financial Literacy | Lesson 44

On Monday’s I speak with Author and Historian Janus Adams. Check her out on her website JanusAdams.com. Janus served as today’s interviewer. She interviewed David Cavins who is a father teaching his daughters about the stock market. He has an MBA and also a graphic design business. 

Today’s podcast comes from one of our Monday’s LIVE episodes.

(01:45) The African proverb for this week’s podcast is:”By labour comes wealth.” ~ Yoruba African Proverb

Teaching Financial Literacy | The CleverlyChanging Podcast 44

Word of the Episode (1:55)

Fedha means money in Swahili

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The Grown Folks Section: (02:23)Today we spoke to David Cavins a dad of two daughters who encouraged them to pick out and buy their own stocks. He talked about learning more about stocks and bonds alongside his daughters.

Connect with David
Website: 
http://alienmuffin.com David and his brother Anthony started their podcast iSeepixels, a graphic design podcast, a few years ago.

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