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Darren Weeks started investing in the Stock Market at age 10. Here are some tips from the 'Canadian Rich Dad'

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What did you play as a child, what did you want the most or what did you do? My therapist says that those games we enjoyed the most can help define what we are passionate about later in life.

Darren Weeks , better known as the ' Canadian Rich Dad ', author of the book " The Art of Raising Capital ", wanted to be a millionaire and indeed, that idea would help him build a path to reach his goal.

“When I was six years old, I remember that I wanted to be rich, so I started doing things that were different or out of the reach of a child my age, I started investing in the Stock Market when I was 10 years old. I was always a very hard worker, whether I was shoveling the snow outside my neighbors' houses, or delivering newspapers, but I was always working, "says Darren Weeks , in an interview for Entrepreneur in Spanish.

Weeks, managed to raise the money and buy his first car when he was 15 years old. However, in his mind there were always the thoughts of his parents who told him that "if he wanted to be rich he had to go to college and get a job."

"Before college I was doing really well, I was making money investing in penny stocks, on paper, in different places," he says.

Despite this, the now-finance guru began studying business at the University of Alberta, Canada, but quickly realized that he was not "that good" in school. In........

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