COMING IN NOVEMBER 2016
(Formerly Published by Penguin but Now Published by TeenBusiness Media)
TeenVestor® teaches teens how to save and earn money by steadily investing over time. Everything you need to get started is right here...
• Invest in stocks, mutual funds, IRAs, exchange-traded funds, etc.
• Develop valuable investing and savings habits
• Utilize new online savings, investment, and research tools
• Learn basic financial and economic concepts
• Consider socially responsible investing
• Learn about teenvestor-friendly websites (including www.teenvestor.com)
“TeenVestor® serves as a great introduction to investing and the fundamentals of financial markets for teens… One of the greatest aspects of TeenVestor is that Modu has written the book in a tone that teens can relate to.”
— Jack E. Kosakowski, President & CEO, Junior Achievement USA
“...I thoroughly recommend this book to both teenagers and their parents... Concepts such as diversification, compounding, EPS and socially responsible investing were particularly well done, as well as advice for parents on managing money and teenage investing.”
— David Siegel, CEO, Investopedia
“Thanks to a whole host of new, affordable and easy-to-understand online investing options, there has never been a better time for the 'little guy' to take charge of his/her investments. Mr. Modu's book offers clear, concise and actionable information to help get you on the right path."
— Donato "Don" Montanaro, Jr., CEO, TradeKing Group, Inc.
“Written especially for teenagers, although it’s actually a good basic resource for any age… Good, solid (not dumbed down) explanations of investment basics. I like this book because it encourages parents to come along for the ride and learn about investing, too.”
“TeenVestor® is another excellent resource for learning not only the basics of investing in stocks, mutual funds, and IRAs, but also the workings of the economy.”
“This comprehensive tutorial [is] accurate, objective, and helpful.”
— School Library Journal
About The Authors
Emmanuel Modu is the author of The Lemonade Stand: A Guide to Encouraging The Entrepreneur In Your Child and co-author of Mad Cash: A First Timer’s Guide to Investing $30 to $3,000. Emmanuel holds an MBA from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School and an engineering degree from Princeton University.
Nkem Modu is the Lead IOS Developer at CuriosityStream. He is also the Chief Content Director for TeenBusiness Media properties including: TeenBusiness.com; TeenVestor.com. Nkem attended The Taft School and Trinity College.
Andrea Walker-Modu is the co-author of Mad Cash: A First Timer’s Guide to Investing $30 to $3,000. Andrea attended Princeton University, is also a graduate of The George Washington University Law School and Seton Hall Law School, where she received her Masters in Law.
Emmanuel Modu (firstname.lastname@example.org)