the Express newspaper, the TV's personal finance magazine ”Your Money” and visiting the Other, Farhad, in her home, and talked about success stories, how important it is to have money, and in the afternoon at school.
”Börshajen”, financed by, inter alia, banks and trust companies and in the event there is, inter alia, the businesswoman Cristina Stenbeck, and hotellmogulen Peter He. The event is aimed in particular at young people, women and others who do not normally come into contact with the stock.
"the Idea is to get people to think that finance is fun," says the Other, Farhad.
She has first-hand experience of being a novice when it comes to the stock market. During the formative years of the Fittja, south of Stockholm, the Other, Farhad in the habit of saving everything she came for. A major setback in the family meant that money was becoming more important, and in the Other, googled ”How to get rich?”. The answer she got was the shares, and she began to read.
for Your Time Peter Pierrou met ”Börshajen” the Other, Farhad Stockholm's highest apartment building.Photo by: < / b> Express TV
As a 15-year-old, and they bet all of their savings - of 20, 000 crowns in a single card, the steel companies.
" I did it this way and it should not be done, but I did have a return of 30 per cent. Then I got arrogant, they bet again and lost all my money, " she says with a laugh.
in Spite of this, she continued to invest in the stock market, and it has paid off. As a 21-year-old, she earned her first million, and since then, she has built up his own business with several employees, and gives advice on stock market investments.
”my Mother sat down and wept.”
the Contrast between the success of the Fittja great.
" I was horrible in high school. My mother sat down and cried on the performance reviews. They said that it's not going to happen to me. I cut class a lot, didn't listen and was a messy child, " she said.
" I feel like the people around me look at me different, but I feel like the same person. I'm just an ordinary girl who worked hard for what I want.
" It is, I think, for sure, but a lot pleased, too, with myself and think ”if she can, then so can I”.
" They are, of course, is very happy, especially for the Globe. It has gone by so fast, but I've had fun along the way. I'm going to be there and have fun, " says the Other, Farhad.
the way in which it happened, and she was Cristina Stenbeck, at the Globe arena.
" I asked and she said yes. I think that many people are often afraid to do so.
for Her, the climate conscious generation.
" I think the sustainability issue is here to stay. They all need to be more climate-friendly. The real power sits in the capital, so if you want to make a difference, you should invest in a viable business. My portfolio is in the green at about 50% and I have sold all of the non-ethical companies.
How important it is to have money.
" a Lifeline. It's the only thing that really affects people. < / span> < / span>
1. Decide if you want.
2. Saving small amounts regularly.
3. Choose a stable company, and think about the long-term.
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