My Investment Strategy During The COVID-19 Pandemic

It’s been a while since I last posted here. Anything exciting happen since I last posted?

Beginning around mid March, the United States began a shutdown of our economy due to the spread of COVID-19. Businesses began to tell their workers to work from home in the best case, or they no longer had a job in the worst case. Nearly every sector of the economy began to slow down, with exceptions to companies that sold toilet paper, disinfectant, work from home related products, and remote communication technology.…

5 Money Lessons I Wish I Knew In High School

I feel like overall I have made decent decisions with my money since I entered adulthood. By no means have I been perfect, but I have mostly avoided dumb mistakes. That said, I feel like there are a few concepts that I wish I had known when I was younger. Knowing these would have put me on an even greater financial footing. Here are five money lessons I wish I knew in high school.

The Magic Of Compounding Interest

The concept of my money making money was not something I was aware of in high school.…

New Years Money Resolution for 2019

picture of multi-colored sticky notes with the word "Resolutions" spelled out above them.

It’s almost March but there is no time like the present to discuss New Years resolutions. I’m not a huge fan of making these, but I do feel like the turn of the calendar year is a good time to look back and reflect on the previous year. What did you do well, what needs improvement, have any of your goals changed? These are just some of questions I like to reflect on as I head into a new year.…