If you want to make money, you need to have money, right? It can seem limiting to know you do not have a lot of money in the bank to invest. Do not get discouraged yet. There are a few ways for anyone to earn money, even if they do not have a massive checking account.
When it comes to investing in small business ventures seems like a good thing, but where do you get started? I recently had the opportunity to "lend" a friend some money for a business venture, and when that did not turn out well, I wasn't too sure I would enter this area again.
Money makes the world go round, or so they say. I wish there wasn’t so much truth to that statement, but unfortunately, almost everything costs money. If you are anything like me, you may have found yourself in a situation where you needed some extra cash.
Investing in private equity has many benefits. It's a way to add diversity to your investment portfolio, which allows savvy investors unique opportunities to increase their wealth and offers higher returns because it's an investment made away from the stock market or publicly traded entities.
Throughout this year, everyone seems to be talking about the next best electric vehicle. However, electric cars don't always come with a cheap price tag. Even a used Tesla can cost you at least $40,000 or two-thirds of what a new car would, depending on the year and model. It's not an investment
Over half a million people in America are homeless. A third of the homeless population takes refuge on the streets. Perhaps it's no surprise that the biggest cities in the US also have the worst homelessness problems.
Many folks buy and sell stocks using full-service brokers. Using a brokerage firm typically means you don't have to do much, but it also means you'll pay fees.
While the terms shareholder and stakeholder sound similar, and are sometimes even used interchangeably, it's important to understand the difference between the two. While both groups have a financial interest in a company's success, they may have very different priorities when it comes to exactly