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Teenager starts non-profit to teach kids how to invest

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Youth Investors Corp President and CEO Dylan Jin-Ngo joins Yahoo Finance’s Ines Ferre to discuss starting his own non-profit organization to teach financial literacy to young adults, and how the next generation of investors is thinking about the stock market.

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