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RE: Rinse and repeat generational investment

in LeoFinance3 years ago

A beautiful photo here and I agree with Marian that she is cute.

I was reading an interesting set of numbers today, that said that 7%, or approximately 270,000 Australian children under the age of 12 have a trading account and, 2% hold crypto.

This is what we are trying to do with the children and youngsters that are now performing so well with our new coding training project.
As soon as they have completed the project I want to introduce them to Hive and leave the option with them to join or not.
Granted not all will accept, but there are some real bright sparks in the first class.
Much work still awaits as they will also need some training in finances and investments, but it is a good dream.

A thought will always only remain a thought, unless it is clothed in action.
I can't remember who said this.


It is interesting to see what happens with a group of students who are given early possibility.

The first year my father was teaching (he was qualified at 16), he used his first paychecks to buy books, uniforms and shoes (compulsory) for some local kids so they could go to school in Malacca. Years later, after one of the students retired as a General in the Malaysian military, he tracked down my dad in Australia and flew him home for a reunion. The room was filled with doctors, lawyers and business people who got free shoes and an opportunity.

What an amazing story here and your father was some man my friend.
I am nothing as great as him, but I bet that he was also a humble man and if he was then me and your father are kin.

I think that all of you have this trait within you.

I am not sure about humble, but not overstated :)

Hahaha, not the humble part, as that is for old fogies like me, but rather the helping part.