After engaging with 1,200,000+ Banking app users, Copper automates and simplifies real-world investing for teens from the ground up.Read Now
Depending on the portfolio, an investor will be invested in a customized mix of stock categories across the US and internationally.
We know you work hard to instill good values in your kids, including teaching your teens the value of money. The task may seem daunting, but Copper’s assembled some tips to help you get started.
As we close in on 1M users, we are excited to announce that we have raised $29 million in Series A funding!
Learning about how credit works is crucial for the long term financial success of your kids.
We are excited to announce that we have closed $13.3 million in seed funding!
Schools aren’t teaching the fundamentals when it comes to financial education. Luckily, that’s what we do best. Here's what we teach.
Growing up in a financially struggling home, for instance, a teen or young adult might develop behaviors related to overworking out of the fear of going broke. Money disorders may also come in the form of anxiety or extreme concern about the financial impact of recent events, which many of America’s teens are going through today. If you suspect that your teen has a money disorder, the first step to helping them is recognizing the signs.
The GameStop saga shows the dangers of ‘casino capitalism’, writes Eddie Behringer, CEO of Copper Banking.
It's a new year and the perfect time to start your child's financial journey. Copper's financial literacy experts have compiled our top tips for teaching kids about money heading into 2021.