Finance

Investing in Cannabis? Beware These Red Flags – Yahoo Finance

Marijuana leaf Getty Images The cannabis sector continues to demonstrate favorable tailwinds while indicating that there is still significant upside to come. Strong market performance – the Prime Alternative Harvest Index is up 46% year-to-date – is sure to pique the interest of investors. Before investing in marijuana stocks, however, individuals need to be aware of the red flags that face the industry and the companies therein. While unique in… Read More »Investing in Cannabis? Beware These Red Flags – Yahoo Finance

Sign up for money management course – Seymour Tribune

On Feb. 12, the Internal Revenue Service began accepting and processing 2020 tax year returns. While many people don’t look forward to the process of filing taxes, a majority of Americans enjoy the benefit of receiving a refund. According to Business Insider, in 2019, the average individual income tax refund for Hoosiers was $2,612. Like any other form of income, it’s key to have a plan for where this money… Read More »Sign up for money management course – Seymour Tribune

Personal Finance: Spring cleaning | PostIndependent.com – Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Between putting the winter toys away and anticipating upcoming COVID-19 freedoms, now is a great time to freshen up your finances. Clear out the clutter: I recently helped my dad clean out his office. He still had the paperwork from my Blue Lake home that he co-signed with me back in 1989. Wild to see a 14% interest rate. He also had credit card statements for the past 15 years.… Read More »Personal Finance: Spring cleaning | PostIndependent.com – Glenwood Springs Post Independent

Master People and Money Management for Better ROI – Entrepreneur

April 18, 2021 6 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. The true test of a leader is in how well he manages the many moving components of his business. It can be equated to juggling. Every leader has different strengths and weaknesses, and managing everything is seldom easy. However, if you can master the following people skills and money management techniques, you’ll have a leg up in… Read More »Master People and Money Management for Better ROI – Entrepreneur

How I learned about investing in stocks — and you can, too – CNBC

During the coronavirus lockdown, a lot of young people started investing in buzzy stocks like GameStop, and you started hearing how people were making thousands of dollars in one day. It was mind-blowing. But it also proved to be a dangerous game — especially if you didn’t really know what you were doing. The truth is, we’re all going to need to know how to manage and invest our money… Read More »How I learned about investing in stocks — and you can, too – CNBC

5 home remodeling trends to watch for in 2021 | Personal Finance | mcdowellnews.com – McDowell News

{{featured_button_text}} Some new remodeling trends are taking over in 2021. Why the top 5 may surprise you. After a year of spending more time at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many homeowners are looking for ways to make their homes fit their new realities. Open floor plans are out; dedicated spaces for remote work and learning are in. Yards are being transformed into entertainment spaces and walls are being… Read More »5 home remodeling trends to watch for in 2021 | Personal Finance | mcdowellnews.com – McDowell News

Where to Invest $5,000 Right Now – The Motley Fool

Money-making opportunities are available in the stock market for prudent investors, and the great thing is that there aren’t any barriers to investing in the stock market. Invest in growing companies, stick with them for many years, and as long as an asteroid doesn’t strike the Earth, you should have a decent nest egg in a few years down the road. Here are some ideas to get you started. Image… Read More »Where to Invest $5,000 Right Now – The Motley Fool

Diversity harder to find at the top in money management firms – survey – Pensions & Investments

Although lower-level roles within money management firms are the most diverse in terms of race and gender, board members and those with equity ownership stakes in an organization are the least diverse, according to the results of a survey from investment consultant Meketa Investment Group. Meketa’s first annual Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Questionnaire, which surveyed 283 money managers in January, found that though most managers answered questions on policies and… Read More »Diversity harder to find at the top in money management firms – survey – Pensions & Investments

Next Gen Personal Finance Teams Up with BrainPOP To Help K-12 Students Build Financial Literacy – PRNewswire

NEW YORK, April 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Financial education market leader Next Gen Personal Finance (NGPF) is excited to announce a new collaboration with online educational solution BrainPOP. Award-winning games from NGPF now appear on the BrainPOP GameUp platform, a curated collection of cross-curricular, online learning games from leading publishers. Timed with Financial Literacy Month, GameUp is currently featuring three NGPF games covering topics such as loans (Shady Sam), budgeting… Read More »Next Gen Personal Finance Teams Up with BrainPOP To Help K-12 Students Build Financial Literacy – PRNewswire

Investing in These 2 Stocks Could Double Your Money, Say Analysts – Yahoo Finance

So, you have decided it is time to get in on the investing game. Rest assured, you are not alone. Since November, investors have parked $569 billion into global equity funds. For some context of how popular investing has become, this is far more than the total of the last 12 years – $452 billion flowed into stock-based funds between 2009 and 2020. Is the investing frenzy another sign of… Read More »Investing in These 2 Stocks Could Double Your Money, Say Analysts – Yahoo Finance