Adrian Thomas started investing two years ago on behalf of his three children aged 11, 10 and eight. He started with an initial lump sum of £5,000 for each child's portfolio invested in five high-yielding FTSE 350 shares from different industries. Each child's portfolio is set up within a self-invested personal pension (Sipp), and they all have the same number of holdings.
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