Imagine waking up and seeing $200,000 in the bank! Only thing is, you have to invest it. You can’t take it out and spend it. You simply must invest it in the stock market and make as much profit as possible.
Over the last year or so the hype train has picked up steam for marijuana investing. There’s been a few rapid climbs, followed by a few massive dives, and it centers almost entirely around Canadian companies.
First let's start off with what is day trading? Investopedia.com defines day trading as "the buying and selling of a security within a single trading day." Basically, instead of investing long term for profit, stocks, securities, or commodities are bought and sold within hours or sometimes even minutes and never held overnight. I've always wanted to learn how this is done so I decided to invest in myself and purchase the Day Trading course located at Investopedia.com.
Bitcoin: it’s one of the most notable buzzwords of the past several years. No doubt you’ve heard the term tossed around by friends, journalists, financial analysts, politicians, and just about everyone else. But, if you’re like many people, you don’t have much more than a casual familiarity with the term. It’s not your fault! Disruptive technologies like Bitcoin can be confusing, especially with so much misinformation and opinion being thrown about in the news. So, let’s back up and answer the big question: What is Bitcoin?
Remember Scrooge McDuck swimming through his giant pool of gold coins? Well, Scrooge McDuck was a gold bullion coin investor, and judging by the size of his fortune, a very good one. Gold bullion investing can be lucrative, but it doesn’t have to be complicated. Let’s break down gold bullion and gold coin investing to get a better understanding of what it is, and whether it’s right for you.
After much hype, Robinhood appeared on the investing scene in 2014 with the launch of it’s mobile app. Their big selling point: $0 trading. That’s right: completely commission-free trades. Their big claim was that they wanted to make trading accessible and easy for everyone. There was even a 500,000-person long waitlist. Fast-forward to 2018, and how has it turned out? Well, there are pros and cons to every platform, Robinhood is no exception. Let’s break them down so you can decide for yourself if this platform is right for you.
My 2 cents on college revolves mainly around money. This is everyone’s largest complaint about higher education. Personally, I think it’s a little absurd to ask 18 – 22 year olds to put themselves into $30,000 to upwards of $100,000 in debt the moment they graduate high school. Outside of those who earn scholarships or are fortunate enough to have their parents pay for their education, most end up in debt that it takes years or even over a decade to pay off. Not only that, but a university will allow you to pay this much and earn a degree in a field where a simple bachelor’s isn’t enough to guarantee a job.