Vanguard vs. Blackrock

Vanguard vs. Blackrock Funds: Is One Better Than the Other

These two companies are the powerhouses in the industry. Vanguard has $7.9 trillion in assets under management, and Blackrock has $9.5 trillion. This post will take an in-depth look at Vanguard vs. Blackrock funds to share the pros and cons of each company.

What is Crypto Currency

What Is Cryptocurrency? 8 Common Questions Answered

m, and dozens of lesser-known digital currencies frequently appear in the news, often following wild price spikes, and sometimes to cover the revolutionary blockchain technology they are built upon.

But these news reports usually do a poor job of explaining what cryptocurrency is if they attempt to do so at all. You can try searching the internet to learn more about cryptocurrencies. Still, it can be hard to find unbiased education among the banter of promoters and investors who stand to benefit if you choose to invest in the projects they’re backing.

Should I Invest In DogeCoin

Should I Invest in Dogecoin? The Verdict for 2022

even Elon Musk was backing the coin, and its value soared. Now though, the price has dropped, and some are wondering if Dogecoin is just a joke after all. You might be asking yourself: Should I invest in Dogecoin, or have I already missed the boat?

How To Start Investing

How To Start Investing in 4 Easy Steps

The only way to truly build wealth over the long term is by investing your money. Yes, it comes with a risk of losing value, but when done right and consistently, you’re more likely to see your money grow over time.

People often feel they aren’t cut out for investing, but the truth is there are investments for all kinds of people. The hardest part can be getting started. So, how to start investing, you may wonder.

Money Moves

The Investment Moves to Make in 2022: 4 Experts Weigh In

Financial professionals can be a great source of information and confidence when investing in our future. However, according to a Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies report, most Americans are guessing at how much they’ll need for retirement. In another study conducted by CNBC and Acorns, only 17 percent of Americans said they use a financial advisor. So, I asked financial professionals what investment moves to make in 2022; 4 experts weighed in.

Fundrise Returns

My Fundrise Returns Exploded In 2021

I’ve been investing with Fundrise for years now and have seen excellent returns. For a more in-depth look at what Fundrise is, how to invest, and my personal Fundrise returns until now, check out my first Fundrise review here.

How To Buy DogeCoin

How To Buy Dogecoin in 2022

With so much movement and chatter about Dogecoin, it’s completely understandable to want to keep up with the Joneses and know how to buy Dogecoin. (If you had tossed in $1000 at the beginning of the year and sold it in December, you would have increased your money 30-fold at least). This post will run through everything you need to know before buying Dogecoin and give you the steps to buy Dogecoin. Ready to learn more about this Shiba Inu-inspired coin? Let’s get right into it.

Short Term Investments

Short-Term Investments: 10+ Best Options to Boost Your Returns

It can be challenging to know which short-term investments are the best for you, but there is no need to worry because this article will break down the differences between short-term investments and help you decide what’s best for your needs.

Paper Trading

Paper Trading: Practice and Learn Investing Without Risk

Have you always wanted to start investing but are too scared to lose your money? Maybe you can’t afford to withstand any significant losses or don’t know anything about the stock market yet. What if there were an easy way for you to practice trading stocks without putting any real money on the line?

Taxes on Dividends

Taxes on Dividends: Answers to 4 Key Questions

In the U.S., though, dividends can have favorable tax treatment for many small investors, making them tax efficient in regular brokerage accounts. It is also possible for dividend-paying stocks to be held in tax-advantaged accounts delaying or reducing federal income tax on dividends.