boglesmkcents wrote:Best case would be some sort of brokerage with very low minimums and ability to buy MFs/ETFs with very low costs, minimums and transaction fees. I want him to get some experiences with different asset classes, and I want the process to be simle so he does not get turned off.
boglesmkcents wrote:My son just turned 18, is motivated to learn about investing, and I want to help him get started. He has about $6K in a bank MM, so I'll encourage him to invest ~$4K....he has 4+ years of college ahead of him and should not need the assets in the short term.
boglesmkcents wrote:Anyone else with votes on good brokerage accts for our son? Simple flexible, low costs for MFs and ETFs, etc...?
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