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One of the common “main stream media” myths about why millennials aren’t investing is because they are scared. They’re scared of losing money in the stock market. They’re scared of not know what to do, what tools they should be using, and don’t think they can learn the Wall Street jargon. They’re scared of shady […]
At this point, you probably know that investing is a good idea. Well, maybe you don’t buy it? If you’re like a lot of millennials, you might not. In fact, a recent UBS study indicates that most millennials are very risk-averse. But that’s not very smart. Everyone needs to learn how to invest — it’s the […]
Maximize your money. Be prepared for retirement. Create good, sustainable financial habits. You can accomplish all of this by laying out a strong financial foundation in your 20s. Since you’re likely just starting out, developing good money habits now will be a lot easier than trying to change bad habits later. Here are six income […]
A recent article in the Huffington Post got me thinking about women and investing. More specifically, it got me thinking about why are women afraid to invest? Also, I read a lot of personal finance blogs. A lot. And in general sweeping stereotypical terms, one thing I keep noticing is that blogs written by women focus […]
When you first start your financial journey, you learn pretty quickly that there are many steps between the starting line (college graduation) and the finish line (retirement without poverty). And yet, there are a ton of moving pieces. You have to pay to live somewhere, you have to start paying those student loans back, you […]