Jeffrey Owen Hanson, a 17-year-old who lives in the Kansas City area, is featured on an upcoming episode of public television’s Emmy Award-winning financial literacy series, Biz Kid$.
Jeffrey, who is visually impaired due to neurofibromitosis, is an accomplished painter – and stock market investor. He talks about how he started investing at age 14 and gives advice about how to choose stocks.
Jeffrey’s episode, “What’s Up with the Stock Market?,” airs Sunday, May 8 at 4:30pm on KCPT 19.1.
“What’s Up with the Stock Market?” is the fourth episode of the fourth season of Biz Kid$, public television’s fun, fast-paced series that teaches kids about money and business.
Other new episodes this season include a show about taxes, debt, big purchases, starting a business, how to make a million dollars, business scams, and the value of currency.
Created by the producers of “Bill Nye, the Science Guy,” Biz Kid$ features comedy sketches and movie spoofs that appeal to kids and adults alike. Each episode also includes profiles of young entrepreneurs and social philanthropists.
Airing on most public television stations across the country, the 52 thirty-minute episodes of Biz Kid$ are produced in high-definition. Each episode includes teacher-created, free curriculum that can be used in the classroom or at home. For more information, visit bizkids.com.
Local on-air sponsorship of Biz Kid$ on KCPT provided by: