Young Siblings Form The ‘Stock Up Kids’ To Teach Children About Finances

There are going to be times in life when most of us will look for financial advice. We often look to those who have the most experience or are perhaps educated but maybe we might want to try something different every once in a while.

That is where Spirit and Kali Rahman come in. They are a young brother and sister who form a dynamic duo of business entrepreneurs. They work under the name of the “Stock up Kids” and they are teaching people about finance and making money on the stock market.

The children are now in sixth and seventh grade but they are no strangers to working the stock market to their benefit.

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In an interview with PIX11, Kali shares that they started trading stocks that they are familiar with, such as McDonald’s and Nike. They also used Yahoo finance since it was a free website.

Photo: Instagram/stockupkids

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These days, they graduated to swing trading and they are even visiting schools and colleges to teach and inspire others. They spend a lot of time learning from others but they also teach on their YouTube channel and through a subscription service website. A roundtable meeting is even held every Sunday so that people understand what they are talking about.

Photo: Instagram/stockupkids

As far as the parents, Gary and Callie are concerned, they couldn’t be prouder.

According to WMAR, the children have always been interested in being entrepreneurs and when Spirit wanted to be on the Ellen Degeneres show, he knew that they had to come up with something special. That is where the idea for Stock up Kids got started.

Photo: Instagram/stockupkids

Although they are serious about their business and even plan on being millionaires before they turn 18, the mother says they still have a lot of youth in them. They also have dreams outside of trading on the stock market, but I don’t think they are going to stop trading anytime soon.

You can follow the brother and sister duo on their Instagram page.

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