Where to Begin Learning About Economics, Finance and Investing

I never took a class on economics or personal finance in high school or college.1 I believe this more a reflection on the American educational system than own leaning prejudices, but I also believe that schools should teach children how to swim and teenagers how to drive stick shift. Until my mid-twenties, my formal financial education consisting of learning how to write a check in home economics in middle school; informally, it consisted of my father instilling in me with the idea that so long as one spent less than they made they’d get along just fine in life.

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