Fifth Third supporting financial lit in Ohio high schools
Fifth Third Bank says it has delivered financial education courses to more than 350 high schools across Ohio, including some in the Dayton area.
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#1 Sep 26, 2012
Will they mention their "experts" [Wall Street-insider geniuses] can hurt, like that one who cost and lost me $6,000. At a CD interest rate of less than one percent, you will not be able to pay your rent. Don't scoff, they are gonna make up for my losses and pay me off, despite my being burned, as have learned...long term. I have no fear! I'm gonna live and invest for the next hundred years!
#2 Apr 11, 2013
go play the west side lotto!
#3 Apr 11, 2013
I don't trust them much; but I am confessin' that I hope that their financial lessons don't include datin' and matin' for Welfare Statin' aka makin' bastards and brats for Dimuhcrats...or working for government or being a similar dumbass dependent.
#4 Apr 16, 2013
So, they are spreading and sharing financial lit, while still telling and selling useless worthless make-believe thin-air shit? Do they tell or advise their students when to cash out and quit? Do not count on or depend upon it.
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