Why at school do we learn complicated equations and Mathematics. But we don’t learn about how to manage our money? How to invest money? and How to use the stock market?
Most people lose money on the Stock market because they go to it for a quick buck. They want to put money in a stock and take it out as soon as there’s money in it. So, they are the so-called short-sellers. They are very dynamic in the stock market buy sell! Buy Sell! When you do it like that you need a lot of bravery. A lot of experience and just to be very good at it! That is a very hard skill to have and that is what most people treat the stock market as.
But here’s the thing…as we learn more and more about there is historically proven that if you are on the stock market for a long-term investment you are guaranteed to make money if you know how to do it.
A long-term investment is historically proven to multiply your income and so it is frustrating!
So, why at school are we learning about useless equations that never used in our lives. Other than -, + and X…But we don’t learn about the actual skill that all of us need MONEY.
What you all think? Should school teach us about investing?
Wow…this is the best one.
This should reach more people out there. What we are facing in real life…in schools they are not teaching us.
Everyone should know how to earn money ,how to save, how to invest… These are the basic thing every person should know.
In school, it’s aim is that it aids you how to learn and these subjects are doors to expand your horizons, so that you find what is passionate to you (I mean mathematicians and doctors don’t sprout out of anywhere). However, the issue is that schools nowadays are bad at providing support and are outdated in terms of how they operate for students to feel loved and supported to encourage them to keep going in these challenges.
From what it looks like from my simple-minded point of view, which I hope to expand on as time goes by, money is cool, but we need a functional society full of people with different careers and jobs, or else things fall apart, but it’s just that many education systems suck at doing that, which is one reason why I’m glad that the internet exists because it opens doors to these resources from people like you and other inspiring people who have gone through these challenges and would like to give back to the world.