Have a great Friday, we've already covered where you invest in your kids here once. Now I wonder if you have any tips for teaching financial literacy to your little ones. I'm throwing in the Cashflow board game right now, and for the smaller ones, I thought Racing and Betting was cool too.


I don't have kids, but I also find board games cool where you work with money somehow and there are also a lot of apps on your phone nowadays.

Nowadays, there are bound to be great apps in the form of games on your phone, so if the kids are already on it, they might as well learn something. :)

I don't have kids, but I'd probably opt for riskier tech titles. Add to that a few "cool" investments and it would be😀

There are many versions of Monopoly, from the classic Landlord's to electronic banking, I'm all for trying them all.

So I don't have kids yet, but in general I like board games too and the ones you mention are great, even as an adult I like to play them. I recently saw on the app store and then an article on czechrunch an article for a new game, an app/web that is by a Czech and is also an investment, it's called Sim Companies ...haven't tried it yet but I'm going to try it out now this weekend at work. 😁

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