What Is the Origin of Bull Market and Bear Market Terms?
With its global financial epicenter in New York City, the stock market has long been a source of curiosity for many Americans. With numerous popular films like Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street ...
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Claire Peters4 days ago
How to Trade Like the Pros
Trading is no less a contact sport than professional football. Glory and disappointment are the extreme weights of each decision. The good news about trading is that, unlike playing in the NFL, you do...
Becoming Goal Oriented
We're starting off with "Becoming Goal Oriented: Planning Your Goals." What does that have to do with money? Everything. Have you heard of the book Start with Why by Simon Sinek? If you haven't, go ch...
Skunk Uzeki4 days ago
How to Prepare for a Depression
The Great Depression was one of the worst times for Americans—rich or poor. When the stock market plunged, prices shot down and the job market got chopped up into tiny pieces. People ran out of money,...
Becoming a Doer
The word procrastinate comes from Latin, "pro" (forward) + "crastinus" (belonging to tomorrow). So in a nut shell when we say we have trouble procrastinating it means that we tell ourselves that we'll...
Cato Conroy9 days ago
10 Books About Budgeting Every New Investor Needs to Own
If you ask most people out there, learning about budgets is boring. Many of us don’t even really take the time to think about our budgets or where we’re headed. We just spend money, try to save, and h...
Lester Lee22 days ago
Yield Curve Inversions and What It Could Mean for Your Portfolio
If you’ve been a follower of financial news you have been hearing about all this talk about the so-called yield curve. In fact, it was fears of a yield curve inversion that have sent the Dow and S&P 5...
Patty Ramsena month ago
10 Best Investing Books for Teens
Today's teens are expected to know what they want to do with the rest of their lives by the time they graduate high school. Consequently, many strive for the highest paying job possible. But this does...
Roland Barnes2 months ago
Best Udemy Courses for Value Investors
Udemy was founded on the premise that “the world’s best teachers aren’t always found in classrooms.” They offer courses in a variety of topics and in over 50 different languages, so there’s definitely...
Riley Raul Reese2 months ago
I Tried Qapital's App, and It Wasn't What I Thought It'd Be
I need to work on being more fiscally stable. Being a writer often means having to weather the highs and lows of a gig economy, and in many cases, you may need to save money in the high times just to ...
Morgan E. Westling2 months ago
10 Reasons Why Investing in Commodities Is Dangerous
The argument for avoiding commodity investments continuously outweighs any argument which encourages investing in commodities. Commodities are raw materials such as crude oil, natural gas, precious me...
Brayden Simmons3 months ago
Ways to Get Kids into Investing
In 2017, CNBC reported that 46 percent of young adults had nothing in their savings. An additional 21 percent had less than a thousand dollars. These young adults, from ages 18 to 24, are preparing to...
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Claire Peters4 days ago
How to Trade Like the Pros
Trading is no less a contact sport than professional football. Glory and disappointment are the extreme weights of each decision. The good news about trading is that, unlike playing in the NFL, you do...
Cato Conroy9 days ago
10 Books About Budgeting Every New Investor Needs to Own
If you ask most people out there, learning about budgets is boring. Many of us don’t even really take the time to think about our budgets or where we’re headed. We just spend money, try to save, and h...
Patty Ramsen16 days ago
10 Ways to Find Money to Invest
Money doesn’t grow on trees. If it did, nobody would be interested in investing or looking for ways to do so. Even after the 2008 financial crisis, where stocks plummeted and thousands of people lost ...
Cato Conroya month ago
10 Warning Signs That Suggest a Stock Isn't Legit
The stock market is supposed to be a safe place to trade—to a point. Risk will always be a part of investing, but the idea that people want to see is the possibility that risk will be mitigated by sta...
Ossiana Tepfenhart3 months ago
How Many Millennials Invest in the Stock Market?
Millennials seem to be hated by every other demographic out there—often, unfairly so. We're called lazy. We're called whiny. We're called the "Me Generation," and are often told that we lack the life ...
Christopher Sarda4 months ago
Price to Earnings Ratio: Know the Most Common Price Multiple for Picking Stocks
Buying stocks and investing whether short term or long term require an amount of knowledge that must be built over time. The investing toolbox you develop while researching the market is what will sep...
Skunk Uzeki4 days ago
How to Prepare for a Depression
The Great Depression was one of the worst times for Americans—rich or poor. When the stock market plunged, prices shot down and the job market got chopped up into tiny pieces. People ran out of money,...
Cato Conroy18 days ago
11 Ways You Will Be Hit by a Recession
When I was first out of college, I found myself in the middle of the Great Recession. Jobs were scarce, college grads struggled, and dropouts like myself found themselves cornered. It was a brutal tim...
Patty Ramsen3 months ago
What to Look for in a Financial Advisor
If the words "personal finance" give you a headache, you're not alone. But the process of finding an honest person who can help you with your financial planning is even more stressful—especially if yo...
Becoming Goal Oriented
We're starting off with "Becoming Goal Oriented: Planning Your Goals." What does that have to do with money? Everything. Have you heard of the book Start with Why by Simon Sinek? If you haven't, go ch...
Becoming a Doer
The word procrastinate comes from Latin, "pro" (forward) + "crastinus" (belonging to tomorrow). So in a nut shell when we say we have trouble procrastinating it means that we tell ourselves that we'll...
Roland Barnes24 days ago
10 Signs an Investment Platform Won't Work for You
Failure to pick the best investment platform could result in your funds getting eaten away by outrageous trading charges, exit penalties, and admin fees. Regardless of whether you’re a first time inve...
What Is the Origin of Bull Market and Bear Market Terms?
With its global financial epicenter in New York City, the stock market has long been a source of curiosity for many Americans. With numerous popular films like Wall Street and The Wolf of Wall Street ...
Will Jackson11 days ago
15 Expensive Houses Owned by Billionaire Wall Street Bankers
They are billionaire Wall Street finance bankers and we are taking a look at 15 expensive houses they own or owned.
Nicola P. Younga month ago
Great Books About Wall Street Scandals
Wall Street is notoriously corrupt. Entire libraries and bookstores could be filled with the exposés and investigations of Wall Street and Washington corruption, ranging from single individuals steali...
Timothy Kohuta month ago
Best Gifts for Your Friends on Wall Street
Thanks to today's longstanding Bull Market, there are plenty of reasons to be mystified by the allure of Wall Street. Whether you have friends that are literally working on Wall Street or acquaintance...
Sasha Konikovoa month ago
The 10 Best Online Courses for Stock Market Education
If there was one thing that I yearned to learn when I was younger, it was how to trade stocks profitably. For years, it was a skill that remained elusive, and seemingly only available to those who wer...
10 Easy to Understand Books About Option Investing
The options market is different than the stock market. Stocks give you a piece of ownership, while options are simply contracts that allow you to buy and sell a stock in the company by a certain time....