Yes, although he may need his parents help in opening an account. I suggest an IRA. A Roth IRA or Traditional IRA, get advice when you are opening it up. Most banks have a financial advisor who will answer questions for free when opening an account. Start putting money into it monthly, the earlier you start, the better off you will be by the time you retire. It is wonderful for a kid that young to even think about the future when most kids don't care until it is too late. It is very important to start saving / investing as early as possible in life because of the power of compounding. Check out the www.saferchild.org website for a great explanation / example of what I mean by this.
They invest in Mexico
Stephen Colbert has an ice cream there. Jim Cramer says: "INVEST! INVEST! INVEST!"
Invest is present tense. The past tense is invested, and the future tense is will invest.
Try to invest wisely.
Invest in " IEP " this will do the job
You can't invest on the sims 2
what does invest mean in civics
Will invest is future tense.
Invest Lithuania was created in 2010.
How does one invest in the Brigham Street Society How does one invest in the Brigham Street Society
yes i want to invest in reliance petroleum products. what is the easiest way to invest in reliance products?
Invest KOREA was created in 1998-04.
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No, the word invest is a verb (invest, invests, investing, invested): tocommit money or capital in order to gain a financial return. The noun forms for the verb to invest are investor, investment, and the gerund, investing.
Energy Invest Rustavi was created in 1991.
Nisco Invest Cluj was created in 1990.
If you mean how do you invest in the company, you do so by purchasing Microsoft stock.
The return is faster than most
The future tense for invest is, will invest.
Usually there are no restrictions as to who can invest in a particular type of fund. If you are asking, who would want to invest in banking funds, the answer is: anyone who feels that the banking industry will continue to grow and generate profits for the investors can invest in them.
That depends on the amount of money you have. If you have lots I would invest in gold but if you don't have much to spend I would invest in silver.
You can invest in gold coins, bars or the gold based ETF funds.