Tuesday, March 29, 2011

Interview with TILE Financial: Because It's All About the Kids.

Hello, Fellow Investors.

At MarketPsych, we think one of the best things a parent (or a school system, for that matter) can do is help young people learn responsibility in personal finance and investing.

And the younger they start, the better.

Toward that end we sat down with TILE Financial, a terrific company that shares our values and is doing great work in reaching younger investors.

The links below are clips (which possess the virtue of brevity) from Dr. Murtha's interview with Lindsay Reinhardt of TILE Financial, conducted downtown at their Union Square office.

CLIP ONE is essentially an introduction.

CLIP TWO talks about the effect of the bear market on young investors.

CLIP THREE describes "The Boston Chicken Calamity" - (no explanation needed)

CLIP FOUR explains how investing is another form of peer pressure - and what you can do about it.

Of course more information can be had by reading our award-winning book - MarketPsych: How to Manage Fear and Build Your Investor Identity or visiting http://www.marketpsych.com/

Happy investing. And, hey... let's be careful out there.

-Dr. Frankenstocks.

Frank Murtha, Ph.D.

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