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CNN 2010-05-03

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Okay, here's your next homework assignment: Take $20,000 and invest it in the stock market. Would you know how to make some dividends2? What if you were asked to do the same thing when you were just 6 years old?!? It's not hypothetical. It's actually happening at a school in Chicago with real kids and real money. Christine Romans explains the reasons why. ROMANS: Meet America's future investment bankers and accountants.

We have to look out for the dividends.

I like checking the Dow.

My favorite stock would have to be Apple.

ROMANS: At Ariel Academy, students learn how to make money...

The financial ratio, it helps the business, like...

ROMANS: Save money...

I think everybody should at least save half of their money.

Don't forget your decimal.

ROMANS: And invest money, real money, thanks to the school's unique saving and investment curriculum.

The incoming first grade class gets a $20,000 endowment. When they get to fifth grade, students will start to choose stocks that they think we should be buying, and we will buy them.

Stock prices $67.58, and the dividend1 is 14 cents per share.

ROMANS: When students graduate from eighth grade, the $20,000 goes back to the incoming first grade. Any profit above that amount gets split; half goes to improving the school or to charity, the other half gets divided among the kids.

I'm not going to invest in that at all.

Of course, some years, like 2009, there's no profit, and the kids learn that investing is no slam dunk. But that doesn't deter3 kids like Ariel graduates Mario and Miles Gage4.

I have my own portfolio5 and it's just really amazing. I'm able to take everything that I learned at Ariel to the next level.

ROMANS: Miles and Mario weren't the only ones in the family getting an education.

And I started looking over some of the materials that they were bringing home. It was still a little foreign to me, but then they kind of broke it down, like children do, and I started getting a little excited about that, and then the knowledge, and I'm like, wow. You know what? This is fun.

ROMANS: Fun and finance doesn't often appear in the same sentence, but that's not true at Ariel. Christine Romans, CNN.
 


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1 dividend Fk7zv     
n.红利,股息;回报,效益
参考例句:
  • The company was forced to pass its dividend.该公司被迫到期不分红。
  • The first quarter dividend has been increased by nearly 4 per cent.第一季度的股息增长了近 4%。
2 dividends 8d58231a4112c505163466a7fcf9d097     
红利( dividend的名词复数 ); 股息; 被除数; (足球彩票的)彩金
参考例句:
  • Nothing pays richer dividends than magnanimity. 没有什么比宽宏大量更能得到厚报。
  • Their decision five years ago to computerise the company is now paying dividends. 五年前他们作出的使公司电脑化的决定现在正产生出效益。
3 deter DmZzU     
vt.阻止,使不敢,吓住
参考例句:
  • Failure did not deter us from trying it again.失败并没有能阻挡我们再次进行试验。
  • Dogs can deter unwelcome intruders.狗能够阻拦不受欢迎的闯入者。
4 gage YsAz0j     
n.标准尺寸,规格;量规,量表 [=gauge]
参考例句:
  • Can you gage what her reaction is likely to be?你能揣测她的反应可能是什么吗?
  • It's difficult to gage one's character.要判断一个人的品格是很困难的。
5 portfolio 9OzxZ     
n.公事包;文件夹;大臣及部长职位
参考例句:
  • He remembered her because she was carrying a large portfolio.他因为她带着一个大公文包而记住了她。
  • He resigned his portfolio.他辞去了大臣职务。
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