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The Stock Market: why aren’t we learning this at school?

The driving energy of economies is the stock market. It underpins our savings, investments, pensions, policies – in fact our very lifestyle, standard of living, achievements, aspirations and everyday experience. It is the engine of development, business, progress and the creation of wealth. It is the wheel of fortune, the genie jar and sometimes the deadly game of Russian roulette. But whichever way you look at it – it dictates our experience of life in one way or another. It is fundamental to how we have set up our monetary systems in the world.

So why isn’t it taught at school?

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