“She was saying that stocks hardly ever go up this way, so if I wanted to sell it, we should sell it now,” the 5th grader told the Washington Post.
While Nina Carr told the Post that she helped put context around the price spike, she ultimately left the decision up to her son.
“It wouldn’t be fair for me to make the decision on his behalf,” she added. “If he lost the money, it would have been a lesson learned.”
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