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Investing in our Children’s Education – Part 2

I wonder if anyone reading the previous blog would have taken it out of context. Well, the fault lies in me because I assumed readers would know I was talking from the premise of the average parent that sends their child to public schools.

If I had a choice to invest time, money and effort in a speculative way or a productive way….guess which choice I’d make? A sound investment is one that takes in good info, sound fundamentals and smart models of calculation to arrive at a logical investment strategy.

All of us are investors, one way or another. By the choices we make in our lives, we’ve investing in a creation or destruction of a worldview or way of living. There is no escaping the fact that we invest in every aspect of life and since we are organic and not mineral forms of life, we either evolve or devolve. Continue reading

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Investing in our Children’s Education – Part 1

This is part 1 of 2 of what I think is a gravely misinformed idea most parents have about  investing in their children’s future. Part 2 can be read here.

investment6There are several things parents need to be aware of when thinking along the lines of ‘investing in education’. ‘SAVING’ money in some kind of fund is not a form of investment, it is a form of saving, and when today’s socialnomics rules have changed, savers are losers.

An investment in something means that the amount we will reap will be many times the principle amount we invested. For instance, if we spend an average of $300 a month on books, uniform, transportation, school fees, tuition fees, school activities, etc over the course of 11 years, that would total (give and take) $50,000 once you factor in inflation and a devaluation of currency…. Continue reading

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