Our NBEA presentation about best practices when gamifying your Personal Finance or Business classes
A 19-minute video explaining the best practices for using the personal finance lab stock game in the classroom
Tutorial video showing how to trade stocks on Personal Finance Lab
Tutorial video showing how to trade options on Personal Finance Lab
Tutorial video showing how to trade Mutual Funds on Personal Finance Lab
Tutorial showing how to use “Limit” and “Stop” orders on Personal Finance Lab
Tutorial on how to trade bonds on Personal Finance Lab
Video outlining the different pages available for the Personal Finance Lab stock game, with functions on each page
Teacher tutorial video on how to use the Personal Finance Lab budgeting game in their classroom – how it works, how it aligns with your class objectives, how to use it to launch class discussions, and more
Video discussing the ins and outs of ETFs – how they are different from mutual funds, and what role they play in a portfolio.
Video explaining the basics of a Credit Score, and how it impacts your interest rates and ability to borrow.
Short introduction to the Cash Flow Statement, one of the fundamental financial reports published by all public companies.
What are options and why to investors use them?
Short video on bankruptcy, and what it means when a person can no longer pay back their debts.
Short introduction to “stocks” – why companies issue stock, and what it means to own shares in a company.
What it means to “sell short”, and how investors use this technique to profit when the market is in decline.
A 2-minute introduction of how start-ups look for small investments to get their business off the ground.
Introduction to penny stocks – along with what makes them so dangerous for investors.
Discussion of the Price to Earnings ratio – one of the most important numbers used by investors when evaluating a company for investment.
Limit orders, stop orders, trailing stops, and more! How “Order Types” are used by investors to protect their assets and maximize profits!
Brief introduction to mortgages and how they are used.
An introduction to “Market Cap” – the size of companies listed on stock exchanges, and why size does matter to investors.
What does it mean to “buy on margin”? A short introduction to borrowing money to invest!
Everything you need to know about an IRA – in just over 2 minutes!
An introduction to Interest Rates – along with what they mean for both investors and your own wallet.
Video explaining the concepts behind inflation – what it is, why it happens, and what it means for your finances.
Short introduction to Income Statements, one of the fundamental financial reports issued by all public companies.
Short lesson on the core concepts that go into building your first investing portfolio!
Short introduction to Fundamental and Technical Analysis – the most powerful tools in a veteran investor’s arsenal!
Short explanation of what it means to invest in currencies.
A primer on tax audits, why you might get audited, and how to be prepared.
Quick tutorial on the mechanics of short selling, and how it is used by investors to profit during a bear market.
Short introduction of Debit Cards – how they work, how they are different from Credit Cards, and how they are used responsibly.
A video tutorial of stock markets and how they connect investors together for buying and selling of stock.
Compare and contrast Budgets and Spending Plans. Which would work best for you?
Discussion of Initial Public Offerings – how stocks are first issued on the market for investors.
This video discusses the 401k – one of the most common ways to fund your retirement.
5 lessons in 10 minutes! This whirlwind talks about the most important personal finance lessons students should internalize as their personal mantra.
Explanation of mutual funds – what they are, how they are built, how they are used by investors, and what place they play in a retirement strategy.
Short video discussing stock dividends, why they exist, and why they are important considerations for investors
Discussion on the “Pay Yourself First” budgeting and spending strategy, emphasizing why it works.
Short primer on the “Time Value of Money” – both as an economic concept and what it means for personal finance.
Tutorial discussing corporate and treasury bonds, and how they are used by corporations, governments, and investors.
Short video talking about Stock Indexes, and how they are used to measure the market.