Are you 30 years old (or thereabouts) and wondering how much money you should have saved by this point in life? Keep reading for some thoughts and frameworks that should help you determine whether you’re in a good spot.
sting can often feel like a game of chance. Some days, the market is up. Some days, it's down. So is investing gambling? Truthfully, it depends. Keep reading as I share some food for thought.
The stock market can be volatile. Sometimes, it hits record highs only to plummet a few days later. This can be challenging to witness, whether you've been investing for a few years or just a few months. Keep reading for some thoughts regarding what to do if the stock market crashes.
Among the most damaging and misguided beliefs about money is that only those born into it are capable of becoming wealthy. In reality, more wealthy people are self-made than you might realize. Keep reading for proven tips regarding how to get rich from nothing and rewrite your financial story starting today!
for relatively new investors. One question that often arises is, "can you lose more than you invest in stocks?" Keep reading for the answer – and some tips for managing risk wisely when investing in the stock market.
Hitting a rough patch financially can be very discouraging. Thankfully, whether you spent recklessly or fell behind through no fault of your own, there are ways to rectify the situation. Keep reading to learn how to get your finances back on track.
Keep reading to learn more about zero-based budgeting, its benefits, and the steps involved in practicing it.
If you're experiencing imposter syndrome at work, keep reading. I've got some great tips (many gleaned from my own experiences) to share that will help you shake the anxiety that comes from feeling like an imposter.
Since its introduction in 2009, Bitcoin has experienced a meteoric rise, to say the least. But where will Bitcoin go from here? Is it too late to buy Bitcoin? Keep reading as I explore this topic in great detail and provide some food for thought.
Knowing the difference between wants vs. needs is an important part of financial planning. Keep reading for some tips on classifying your expenses correctly and budgeting effectively between these two buckets.