Think of Bloom Bites as Investopedia for teens. Investing, budgeting, saving and personal finance guides designed for young people.
Should you start investing under 18? Investing is not a way to “get rich quick" so, giving your investments time to grow with compound interest is extremely important. Every family is different, so here are a few factors to consider.
Iif you want to be financially savvy, starting as early as possible is ideal. Here are three investing accounts for buying stocks under 18, to kickstart your journey.
Weighing the legitimacy of Bloom, the investing and financial literacy app for teens under 18, across 10 key factors.
Bloom has the latest investing features, unique parent controls for safe investing, crypto, stocks & ETFs, and the also SIPC/FDIC insures your securities up to $500,000 and cash up to $250,000.
Your kids can pursue their interests if they have some financial stability. Here are 10 jobs and small business anyone under 18 can easily start.
Whether you have kids or not, saving money is no easy task. Here is how to be intentional about savings and how to stick to a budget.
To invest before you turn 18, or reach adulthood, try looking into custodial accounts! Make sure to pickup these four key investing principles and understand the pro's and con's of investing early on.
Help your teen take small steps towards whatever goals they wish to achieve. Here are 10 tips for raising a successful, confident and curious teen.
In the United States, you must be at least 13 years old to invest in stocks through a custodial account. Let's talk about the basics of the stock market and exactly how to start investing under the age of 18.
The answer is YES! Today we’ll talk about the importance of investing and financial literacy, how to learn and how to get started.
Robinhood does not offer custodial accounts, so you cannot invest with Robinhood if you are under 18. Let's explore ways to buy stocks under 18.
Stock competitions with $10k+ in prizes, entrepreneurship grants from $15k-$275k and how to prep for your financial future without a job.
You may have wondered if "investing is only for the rich" or if "investing is something to do after 18". Today, we'll debunk both myths.
Dangerous endeavors of day trading and penny stocks, when investing becomes gambling, and how to loose your money 70% of the time.
10 ways to categorize stocks and 3 ones young investors should look out for. Young investors are time rich but cash poor so it's important to find stocks that compliment a teen investor's needs.