Tag: Financial Literacy

5 Stocks to Consider for Early 2021

January 2021 will be known as a historical month for the stock market when retail investors were able to make stocks like AMC and GameStop fly. However, new and veteran investors should be thinking more about some of the more long-term stocks they could pick up. Consider purchasing some of these stocks in early 2021. Disney Disney had a bit… Read more →

Bitcoin’s Widespread Adoption

Bitcoin is everywhere. At least it seems that way. Anyone who’s paid any attention to financial markets during the past year has probably felt bombarded by bitcoin. There’s been a constant flood of articles explaining what it, predicting how high (or how low) its price will go, or offering other commentary about its future. Of course, bitcoin’s been around for… Read more →

Minimalism and Finance

A strong symbiotic relationship exists between minimalism and finance. Minimalism is the art of living with less. In recent years a plethora of podcasts, books, and documentaries have been produced in concern to the rise of minimalism. The most famous being the documentary titled “Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things.” The documentary takes the audience into the many flavors… Read more →

Online Sources to Improve Your Financial Literacy

Expensive college classes and spending hours studying is no longer required if you want to improve your financial literacy. Thanks to the information era, people today are taking control of their financial lives by using online sources that provide free education and training. If you want to improve your financial literacy, here are some reputable sites you can visit. MyMoney.Gov… Read more →