Episode 29

Baby Buffett: How to invest for children

Kids are sometimes hard-work, often fun, and always expensive. But due to the magic of compounding, a small amount of money invested when they are young can grow into a substantial nest egg for later in life.

We discuss how much to set aside, what to put in their portfolio, and how to keep them from blowing the cash as soon as they turn 18.

And in today’s Dumb Question of the Week, we ask: Is government debt effectively stealing from future generations?


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About your hosts

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Ramin Nakisa

Ramin is an investment coach, YouTuber and founder of PensionCraft.

He worked for 15 years as an investment banking strategist and has published two books: “A Financial Bestiary” and “Invest in Fear”.
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Michael Pugh

Michael is a media executive in London, working in news, television and music.

He is an enthusiastic amateur investor and new dad.