Waking up bleary-eyed for school, some parents may put on cartoons while their kids nibble at breakfast. Not for Dhruv Arora, however. Growing up, he was not afforded such a luxury, because his father would be hogging the television.

As Arora recounts: “My dad was a pretty active day trader. He had a full-time business, but he really enjoyed the markets and would watch CNBC overnight — what’s happening in the US markets, the impact on the next day and things like that.”

Thus, Arora began his financial education from a young age by watching his father navigate the global markets from their home in India.

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