When looking for an online stock trading broker, weigh your options when it comes to services, cost, how much guidance you’ll want, and whether you like the platform. Watch out for high investment minimums, high trading fees, and what’s being offered.
2017’s cryptocurrency investment craze, synonymous with constant record-breaking days and a peak Bitcoin price of $19,783, was at its pinnacle almost a year ago. The pandemonium has died down since that time, with Bitcoin coming back down to Earth and settling in at a price around $6,500. But don’t think that virtual currency is going anywhere anytime
If you hear the word “investor” and automatically think of large sums of money, you’re not alone. Typically, the idea of investing conjures up someone who has plenty of cash to put into stocks, mutual funds, and other ventures. In fact, a lot of people either put off investing or never bother with it at […]
Under the tagline is “built like a hedge fund,” the Titan investment app offers investment opportunities that mirror successful hedge funds. Titan’s portfolio of stocks are the most frequently owned stocks by the longest-running and best performing hedge funds. These companies are well-known, big-name, and successful companies. The Titan app creators outlin
Technology is taking over the world of investing, and has given rise to a concept of “robo-advisors.” In this article below, we included a side by side breakdown of robo-advisor fees. Robo-advisors offer financial guidance without the need to hire an actual financial advisor, which can require assets of $500,000 or more. This means people with lower […
Saving money can seem hard but the sooner you get started, the sooner you can start earning interest. When you put your money into a savings account or investment account, you will be rewarded by earning a percentage of the balance each year. The longer you keep your money in, the greater the effect of compounding interest. […]
You can skip this part if you’ve heard it before: “Millennials are spending too much money on coffee, avocado toast, and fun and not enough on housing, cars, and retirement.” Are millennials unprepared for life’s important financial milestones like retirement? Or are we exceedingly under the microscope, subjects to the 24/7 news cycle? We