Kids Quarterly Newsletters

Kids Quarterly Newsletters - Q3 2019

This quarter, we’re pleased to share a refreshed format to our longstanding Kids Newsletter! Our Kids Newsletter is now titled Monetta Money Talk Family Edition.

People of all ages will find it informative and easy to read…and, don’t worry, we haven’t left out the jokes or puzzle!

  • This quarter our Featured Article is “Coronavirus vs. Rocky Balboa…and how to survive a market beating.” Just like Rocky’s comeback to win the fight, the market will come back from its beating, in our view. Historically, when things look as bruised and bloody as they do today, these tend to be good “buying” opportunities, rather than selling securities, that are now on sale, due to fear and panic.
  • This quarter’s Successful Entrepreneur feature is Elon Musk. Did you know he served as an inspiration for the “Iron Man” movie series?
  • This quarter’s Investment Lesson is about a way to think about your investment portfolio like the sun and planets that make up our solar system.

And don’t forget the Laugh Studio and this quarter’s puzzle for young investors! Complete the word search correctly and/or submit a joke of your own, and you could win a $10 Target Gift card!

Click here to view the PDF version of Monetta Money Talk Family Edition – Second Quarter 2020.

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1st Quarter 2020
How to pay down student loan debt

1st Quarter 2019
Understanding your Paycheck

1st Quarter 2018
What is Couponing

1st Quarter 2017
What to do if you lose your wallet or purse

1st Quarter 2016
What’s an Income Statement?

1st Quarter 2015
Becoming an Informed Investor

1st Quarter 2014
Create a Portfolio

1st Quarter 2013
The Federal Reserve

1st Quarter 2012
Buying vs. Leasing

1st Quarter 2011
Credit Cards

1st Quarter 2010
History of Money

1st Quarter 2009
Bonds or Fixed Income

1st Quarter 2008
Common Stocks

1st Quarter 2007
Savings as Investments

1st Quarter 2006

3rd Quarter 2005

2nd Quarter 2020
Coronavirus vs. Rocky Balboa

2nd Quarter 2019
What Happens When You Don’t Pay Your Bills

2nd Quarter 2018
Inflation and Purchasing

2nd Quarter 2017
How to Keep Track of Your Money

2nd Quarter 2016
Pay Down Credit Card Debt

2nd Quarter 2015
What is Investing?

2nd Quarter 2014

2nd Quarter 2013
Bond Fund Ratings

2nd Quarter 2012
Compound Interest

2nd Quarter 2011
Fundamental Analysis

2nd Quarter 2010
Load Mutual Funds

2nd Quarter 2009
Compounded Interest

2nd Quarter 2008
Stock Charts

2nd Quarter 2007
Managing Volatility

2nd Quarter 2006
Earning Money

4th Quarter 2005

3rd Quarter 2020

3rd Quarter 2019
Fortnite and Investing

3rd Quarter 2018
What to know about Money

3rd Quarter 2017
Insurance…Protecting Against Loss

3rd Quarter 2016
Can I become a millionaire?

3rd Quarter 2015
Investing Myths

3rd Quarter 2014
Whisper Numbers

3rd Quarter 2013
Your Money Personality-Part 1

3rd Quarter 2012
Debit Cards

3rd Quarter 2011
Technical Analysis

3rd Quarter 2010

3rd Quarter 2009
Investing Basics

3rd Quarter 2008
Mutual Funds

3rd Quarter 2007
The Rule of 72

3rd Quarter 2006

4th Quarter 2020

4th Quarter 2019
How to Buy a Used Car

4th Quarter 2018
Is Cash Safe?

4th Quarter 2017
What is a Mortgage?

4th Quarter 2016
Buy high, and sell higher

4th Quarter 2015
What’s a Balance Sheet?

4th Quarter 2014

4th Quarter 2013
Your Money Personality-Part 2

4th Quarter 2012
Money Gauge

4th Quarter 2011
How the Economy Works

4th Quarter 2010

4th Quarter 2009
Passive or Active Management

4th Quarter 2008
Types of Mutual Funds

4th Quarter 2007
Cash Equivalents

4th Quarter 2006

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