The dotcom bubble was a period (1995-2000) of extreme rise in the stock prices of internet-related companies. It’s referred to as a “bubble” because the asset price speculations were not realistic.
When you buy life insurance, you’ll need to nominate a beneficiary – the person who receives the insurance payout when you pass away.
Within society, it can be pretty taboo to talk about finances. People tend to get insecure surrounding their financial situations.
The world of investing can be extremely confusing, in part because the variety of investment vehicles is constantly changing. To start, you may be happiest with a simple brokerage account that allows you to buy fractional shares of index funds so you can profit from the full power of the market.
By now you’ve probably heard about Bitcoin, but did you know there are over 5,000 different kinds of cryptocurrencies? With phrases like blockchain, wallets, mining, and exchanges being thrown around, there is a lot to learn.
College planning for your special needs child has both academic and financial concerns. As they get older and their independence looms, worries about how your child will support themselves are a source of anxiety for all parents—but undoubtedly more so for parents of children with special needs.
Everyone hopes to one day own their dream home, but some want it so badly that they are willing to use their 401(k) for a down payment.
If you’re looking to diversify your portfolio while also receiving “free money” from the company via regular payouts, think about adding high dividend stocks to your financial strategy.
When the coronavirus pandemic was first declared, we had no idea that it would change our lives. But more than a year after the World Health Organization said we had a problem, we are still dealing with the ramifications.
When it comes to your banking accounts, if you’re like many Americans, you probably don’t think about the specifics too much. You have the checking account you use every day for regular purchases, a credit card or two, and often a savings account to maintain funds for a rainy day.