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Seven Things Students Can Do to Guarantee Future Financial Success

Seven Things Students Can Do to Guarantee Future Financial Success For many students finishing up high school and heading to college, the prospect of planning for your financial future might seem intimidating. Between taking steps towards financial independence and learning how to rely on yourself as a primary income source, trying to navigate the world […]

Passive Investing: A Lucrative Alternative to Active Portfolio Management

Not everybody has the time for managing an equity portfolio. Understand and researching the financial markets for fruitful stocks to purchase is not only time-consuming, but requires experience and patience. For many Americans, it is simply not feasible to actively manage an investment portfolio. However, everyone wants to grow their money as the economy grows, […]

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What’s a College Degree Really Worth?

With admissions rates dropping and college tuitions rising, making decisions about which college to attend or what to study can present students with a difficult set of challenges. Often, labels of prestige and other societal preconceptions can overwhelm the decision making process. Fortunately, there are a number of tools that students can employ to help […]

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The Inverted Yield Curve: Recession Predictor or Flawed Indicator?

If you follow the markets closely, you have likely heard of the infamous “inverted yield curve.” Many experts on CNBC may link this flip to a coming recession, or a bear market. The stock market responds to the news of the curve reversal with strong selling. Today, the indicator has just made its presence known […]

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OPINION: Free-Market Principles Do Not Apply to Healthcare

When looking at a market, leftists see a means by which the rich can exploit the labor of the poor to build on their fortunes. Proponents of economic freedom would see rational actors negotiating fair prices through competition, the effect of what Adam Smith called the “invisible hand” of the market. Both are correct only […]